Russian Sub

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  1. jjrm1

    jjrm1 TPF Noob!

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    your thoughts....


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  2. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Love the tone of this image.
    The texture in the floor is wonderful.
     
  3. Xmetal

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    Ohh nice! :)

    More pic please. (if there is more)
     
  4. jjrm1

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    ok, some more....


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    I liked the original pic best out of all the pictures taken, the rest (150 pics, suck)


    again...your thoughts....
     
  5. Xmetal

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    *Submarine buff here*

    Awesome shots mate! What class of sub was it? Nuclear or diesel?
     
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    You've got me. I do know that it is the sub they used for the movie K19 and it now spends its time in Providence RI
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ah! Now I get it: "sub" is submarine. Not subway!
    At first I thought it was something else... OK.

    The first of the series remains best because of its lighting and the texture of the floor. That one blows me over - so crisp, so clear. The tone fits it perfectly.
     
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    Very cool especially the one with all the valves in it!

    Rob
     
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    I really like the angle and the tones in that first shot!!! Good shots!! And welcome to the forum, I look forward to seeing more!! : )
     
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    love these...great photos.... really dig the valve pic..you gave it an old timey look, that just fits...wonderful job!
     

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