All rain and no sun...

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  1. Resin42

    Resin42 TPF Noob!

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    ...makes David stay at home and do weird stuff.

    1. Bayonet
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    2. Lighting
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    3. Once Opened
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    4. Pulling Honey
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    5. Lines of Light
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    Any C&C gratefully received.
     
  2. mdcrisp2000

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    What is #4 a photo of?

    1 and 4 really stand out for me. Both are interesting enough to keep me looking. Nice work.
     
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    Very creative, and well executed.
     
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    Cheers guys. #4 are brass bushes used for attatching electrical conduits to switch boxes. I shot these before back when I first got my camera and went a bit daft with the PP so I thought I'd go back and try again using my flashgun and trigger and slightly more know how.
     
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    #1 & #4 for me. Really like #4, nice idea and well done! never thought you could make those things photogenic, used to use them a lot.. and hated them (maybe i just hated my job, i dunno).
     
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    Lol yeah they look like they're a bugger to connect. The electrical contractor on the job went bust and all the materials were abandoned on site, I also got a new hard hat out it. It's an ill wind etc.
     
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    As I scrolled through, #4 didn't fit my screen and the image grew as I scrolled, LOL. A great shot for posting on the internet and viewing on a monitor with smaller resolution than the image fits. Really cool.

    /off-topic great avatar, Resin42, you have fantastic taste :)
     
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    Yeah I've noticed that with this and more so with larger shots of vertical repeating patterns that they really play tricks with your eyes when you're scrolling. Not what I was going for but fun. :D
     
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    That 3rd one is very trippy when scrolling down the page!

    Very cool work. Sort of reminds me of a Tool video.
     
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    Resin42 TPF Noob!

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    Now THAT'S a compliment. :D Blagging a Tool song name rather than a Jeff Buckley one might have been more appropriate.
     

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