Giant cue balls?

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  1. pursuer

    pursuer TPF Noob!

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    I really couldn't think of a decent title for this thread.

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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    wow really nice industrial shots! and the title... yeah.. I thought about something VERY different but don't even ask what was that :D
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Holy cow. They must be gigantic! Look at that "toy truck" leaving the site in the front. That, seen from the near, is huge, too!

    How far away were you? There is quite some pollution? vapour? steam? atmosphere? (what is the right word here?) between you and the site, isn't there?
     
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    They are definatly HUGE. It was early morning and there was still a lot of moisture hanging in the air. You can get a better idea of it from the shot below, it was taken with a 50mm lens, the first two were taken through a 200mm zoom lens. Im guessing they are about three miles away.

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    Very cool.!! Nice work.
     
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    The first two look futuristic. Did you try the picture on your second post as a panoramic, I think it would look great that way. Good stuff.
     
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    very nice!
    Those are HUGE!

    It seems to be a little foggy out though.... maybe you can go back out when it doesn't have that atmosphere.

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    hee hee me too!!!! Great job!!!! : )
     
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    great stuff! i like the atmosphere.
     
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    I've got big balls

    hehehe...ACDC :p
     
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    Thanks again guys :)

    hehe, I thought of somthing similar for a title but decided against it.
     
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    awesome pics, looks like a chemical plant to me
     

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