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    Covered in verdigris and rusty, one wonders how much longer this link in the chain will last - even though it is quite thick.

    1. Jeanie G 116 months ago | reply

      great capture !!

    2. David Norfolk 116 months ago | reply

      Nive to get a "story" into a piece of junk! And, yes, good DoF....

    3. Brian Smithson (Old Geordie) 116 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone. I wish I could see the story when I take it, it might allow me to try different 'takes' on the subject.

    4. optimal direction [deleted] 116 months ago | reply

      Excellent photo - one for the Bloor photocomp ... :-)

    5. Brian Smithson (Old Geordie) 116 months ago | reply

      Thanks Miles - now there's a thought. Back to LR for some more editing and upload to Facebook…

    6. f1uffydog 116 months ago | reply

      I really like this, especially the composition and the colours and the depth of field is great

    7. Brian Smithson (Old Geordie) 116 months ago | reply

      Thanks F1uffydog - sorry for the late thanks - catching up!

    8. Chucky_PS 63 months ago | reply

      Awesome picture

      I've used it in bit.ly/1dvnNLP Check it out!

    9. AliApow 57 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for sharing this amazing pic!! I used it here:
      theinvisiblef.com/2014/07/27/releasing-the-broken-chains/

    10. Blog Cogs 32 months ago | reply

      Great photo. Thanks for making it available for reuse. I've used it, with full attribution, as a featured image in an article called, What Are High-Quality Backlinks?.

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    11. BouncingBoa 21 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this great foto! I used it on: achtsamkeitfuereltern.wordpress.com/blog/

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