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Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK
Another from today...D2Xs + Nikkor 28mm f2.8 AFD f8 1/500 125 ISOPP - View NX2 Conversion to JPEG plus some in Photoshop CS6
D3 + 20mm f2.8 AFD + 105mm f2.8 AFD + 300mm f4 AFSHunger pays a heavy price to the shining Gods of speed and steelLIKE me on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/AlexJPScottPhotographyhttp://alexjpscottphotography.blogspot.co.uk/Alex
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Rancho Cordova, US
#1. "RE: Hydrant..." | In response to Reply # 0
Nice lines, texture and color. AnthonyThe Moderator Page and My GalleryThe important things in life are simple; the simple things are hard.
#2. "RE: Hydrant..." | In response to Reply # 1
Very nice Alex. Love the contrast.http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
San Jose, US
#3. "RE: Hydrant..." | In response to Reply # 0
Another nice graphic image
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#4. "RE: Hydrant..." | In response to Reply # 3
Thanks to all of you for looking and your kind words...
Berwyn Heights, US
#5. "RE: Hydrant..." | In response to Reply # 0
Well done! The contrast of the strong red object against the monochrome pattern is very dynamic.
#6. "RE: Hydrant..." | In response to Reply # 0
Love the S-Curves along with the hydrant. Well done.
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