A Creepy Propeller

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  1. itsme123

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    A couple of interesting shots. I turned up the ISO to 1600 to purposely get that grainy look. Please tell me what you think. Does the pics make you feel a bit creepy/haunted? Thanks :thumbup: !

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    Is this underwater? Sppoooky......:lmao:
     
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    I'll reveal all the details after I get a few more responses :mrgreen:.
     
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    Propeller, I was looking for a plane prop. Took a couple of seconds to realize what I was looking at in the first shot. I like the green hue adds to the abandoned look.
     
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    So I assume it is NOT underwater, though it clearly is a ship propeller.
    "Creepy" ... hm ... [​IMG] ... no. Not really.

    Underwater look?
    Yes!
    For sure.

    If that was the look you went for then you most certainly succeeded.
    Green hue, light, grain ... they all add to the look. Well done.
     
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    Anyone else want to take a guess on where this pic was taken :) .
     
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    wow
     
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    I'm going to hazard a guess here and say it's in a wind tunnel???? Good tone, pushing up to 1600 adds to the eerie feel.
     
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    Drum roll please.......

    This is one of the 4 propeller of the RMS Queen Mary, which is "parked" at Long Beach California. They actually built a "box" around the outside of the hull so you can walk out of the hull and into an "underwater box", to view this propeller. To my knowledge, this is the only propeller left on the boat, as the other three was removed.
     
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    so the props under water then...? the green color give it that feel. and yes... a little spooky...
     

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