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Posted for the Macro Mondays "Made of Metal" theme.
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Favorite part of Animal Kingdom. Those mechanical ducks can stay very very still.
A projector drive gear, twisted into a something appearing like a vicious attack paisley of steel.
Nikon D90 photo I took several years ago at Batsto Historic Village in New Jersey. Edted on an iPad Air with ArtStudio and PhotoWizard.
The Cranes are also so fun to watch as they glide into a field with landing gears down, their feet/legs, wings and feathers controlling the air and even feathers on their backs are lifted for control.
Just gearing up for some serious work on some "hyper-collage" pieces. This is a cropped section of a large one which i swear will be finished this year. I'm pretty sure i can add some more stuff to this one. Oh, and be extra sure to hit "All Sizes" on this one to see all the detail. Alrighty, stay tuned for more stuff shortly.........
Length: 29 ft (8.84 m)
Wingspan: 42 ft (12.81 m)
Height: 11 ft 8 in (3.57 m)
Wing area: 253.7 ft² (23.6 m²)
Empty weight: 4,158 lb (1,886 kg)
Loaded weight: 5,617 lb (2,548 kg)
Powerplant: 1 × Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN-1 Wasp radial engine, 600 hp (450 kW)
Maximum speed: 208 mph at 5,000 ft (335 km/h at 1,500 m)
Cruise speed: 145 mph (233 km/h)
Range: 730 miles (1,175 km)
Service ceiling: 24,200 ft (7,400 m)
Rate of climb: 1200ft/min (6.1 m/s)
Wing loading: 22.2 lb/ft² (108 kg/m²)
Power/mass: 0.11 hp/lb (kW/kg)
Provision for up to 3× 0.30 in (7.62 mm) machine gun
This photo is composed of 23 separate stack focused images.
From this low angle set against the stormy skies, it really does look like a war machine crossing the battlefield. Only the hull remains of this WWII Churchill tank on the South Downs, West Sussex. More info on this particular tank here www.findonvillage.com/0959_more_on_the_tank_on_our_downla...
Only had my Canon S95 compact, using the gorrilapod I chose this low composition and from 3 exposures combined for HDR.
Soon, he will be one of the gears that keep the world turning.
CWC 117 Walk - Central Walltax road
Geared tuners on an old Antoria mandolin from Germany. Probably mid-1970s. Just a nice wall hanging right now.
Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5.
Posted for Macro Monday
This is potential kinetic energy - gears on a bike about to spin.
Not the belfry this time, inside a post mill. This is the massive gear driven by the sails. The grind stones are underneath it.
Sneak peek of the good to come from Fantasy Gacha... literally a peek *wicked grins*
[...] Set the gearshift for the high gear of your soul, you've got to run like an antelope out of control! [...]
-- Quote by Trey Anastasio (American Musician, Guitarist, Songwriter and Singer, was frontman for the psychadelic cult band Phish b.1964)
Nikon D200, Tokina 12-24 f/4, 12mm - f/8 - 2s - HDR 5xp +2/-2EV
Rome, Italy (December, 2014)
The worm gear from my macro rails, which explains the high ISO, handheld shot.
A triptych of gears. The first and last are from a Traction Engine ( Pride of Bangbourne), and the middle if from a reconditioned 1940;s fuel pump, used for pumping fuel from the Isle of Wight to France. (PLUTO - Pipe Line Under The Ocean).
Thanks for looking. Comments and feedback appreciated,
Dave was mending the engine... the afternoon sun catching the metal giving it a lovely glow..
For the Sunday Challenge group..theme metal