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Posted on Wed 1st Feb, 2006, 9:56pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/1250, Aperture: f/5.6,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: None,
Lens: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC, Focal length: 24mm,
Captured: 21st January 2006, 3:19pm,

I'm nowhere near as happy with the processing on this as I am with yesterday's. I think this needed something a bit beyond my current skillset.

It's the second non-portrait shot from the trip with Jeff & Ghost. I can't remember the name of the location but it was near the big four-legged railway thing I put up the other day.

Sod's law dictates that because I'm not overly fond of it, you'll all love it I expect. I eagerly await your incisive commentary ;)

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milou, Wed 1st Feb, 2006, 10:32pm
Lead in lines? Check Great clouds? Check Fab light? Check And that marvellous curve of the bridge. Yup, works well!

Richard, Thu 2nd Feb, 2006, 12:23am
Surperb photo here Jamey. It certainly has a refreshing feel to it! I think it needs a catchy slogan... something like "The futures bright, the futures..."

HarryP, Thu 2nd Feb, 2006, 12:51am
Nicely done Jamey :)

Sule, Thu 2nd Feb, 2006, 9:55am
You're right it's sod law... great photo.

Sysagent, Thu 2nd Feb, 2006, 10:17am
I sense an "architectural" slant here for some reason Jamey ;-) Nice shot, just one comment.. The sun coming through the fence might have looked just a bit better with a very slight starburst effect on it. But apart from that an excellently composed shot...

chris, Thu 2nd Feb, 2006, 11:12am
yet another fantastic photo mate :)

Voroshilov, Thu 2nd Feb, 2006, 9:30pm
Yep, you know I only ever write when I think it's great (and even then, not always) but i genuinely think this is. Calls to mind some of JG Ballard's nightmarish novels of our concrete world. Love it.

crazy frog, Fri 3rd Feb, 2006, 3:36pm
a-ding-ding-a-dang-a ding-dang dinnggg

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