Dime on edge

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It is amazing to me how nicked and scraped our coins get.

For Macro Mondays theme Oct 12 of unusual patterns. I used the macro lens along with a 36mm extension tube.

niseag03, jeff_golden, jimbohoo2003, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. suziqb 67 months ago | reply

    Awesome shot!!!

  2. jimbohoo2003 67 months ago | reply

    This is really cool. The details on the edge are nice and sharp, and I really like the lighting on Roosevelt's profile.

  3. GenBug 67 months ago | reply

    Thanks so much!
    WoW! Thank you all for your kind comments.

  4. Yogma 67 months ago | reply

    Congrats on the Explore! You're right. Coins looks pretty jacked up upon closer examination.

    I was thinking about getting an extension tube. How's the one you're using?

  5. leswag 67 months ago | reply

    Brilliant!!

  6. GenBug 67 months ago | reply

    Thank you. I got the Kenko ext tube set, and I love them. They were a bit spendy, but recommended and well worth it I think. Your lens works the same with or without it.
    Thanks!

  7. maryannlacy 66 months ago | reply

    Now that is a cool shot!! Love it!!

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  9. GenBug 66 months ago | reply

    Thanks Maryann.
    Thanks

  10. photobunny 66 months ago | reply

    I like it! Nice MM!

  11. Matthias Sutter 66 months ago | reply

    interesting perspective!

  12. GenBug 66 months ago | reply

    Thanks for your visit and comment.

  13. dsh roses 57 months ago | reply

    This is an incredible photo. I am using it in my spirituality blog post at www.debhabr.com

  14. dsh roses 57 months ago | reply

    P.S. I gave you full attribution

  15. GenBug 56 months ago | reply

    Found on Deb Habr's blog on July 19, 2010. See at:
    www.debhabr.com

    Found on Speaking of Womens Rights blog on Aug 5, 2010. See at:
    speakingofwomensrights.blogspot.com/2010/08/two-sides-to-...

    Thank you both for your interest in my photo, and for your attribution.

  16. GenBug 55 months ago | reply

    08/23/2010 found on thesituationist.com on an article entitled Virtue Ethics and the Situationist Challenge.

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