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Letting the cable out so the diameter is a bit bigger, you walk forward to get this type of vortex.
Long exposure of my son Rhys spinning steel wool set on fire at Walmesley park, (skatepark) Ince in Wigan
It doesn't always mean that difference can not lead to beauty!
Explore # 61
My first attempt at steel wool photography
Peace Bridge is a pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, that accommodates both pedestrians and cyclists crossing the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The bridge opened for use on March 24, 2012.
For a bit, I've been thinking about rivets. While this image does not directly convey "rivets" its origin is pretty close. It's a blend of images shot at the the SteelStacks, Bethlehem, PA.
My 200th shot to hit Explore... Yet some of my more popular ones neve made the big time... lol.... Go figure the mysteries that are Explore... ;)
Thanks all anyway... :)
Just seven minutes after the previous photo another freight train - a steel train this time - came down the Bözberg line behind 185 132. Umiken, 29-10-2014.
24 March 2012
I gotta say that I'm quite pleased with this.
Best viewed large in black. Seriously.
The structure is topped out, but the day is behind schedule.
Terrific Tuesday to you and I.
The Redcar steel plant hard at work,with the Fishermens huts in the foreground on South Gare.A 15sec long exposure.
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This is not a black and white photo!
Taken back in March on a rather stormy afternoon near Oxford Island, Lurgan, Co. Armagh, but at least we didn't get rained on :) lol
I loved the way the seagulls seemed to almost mimic the wind turbine in the background and with the sunlight hitting their wings, it made them look almost metal :)
This week has already been so hectic and I'm not getting any time of Flickr except to upload a quick pic in the morning. But I'll get to see all your photos as soon as I can.
Take care everyone and thank you so so much for all your wonderful comments on my recent shots :)
Steel wool burning with the Toronto skyline in the distance. Shot at Colonel Samuel Smith Park.
Taken some time ago and just stumbbled upon recently, I thought i would post it.
The rock we were standing on to spin this was in the middle of this perfectly still body of water, it made for some amazing reflections. I really love how the sparks hit the rocks on either side.
This photo was taken on a river in Germany. I have used a Canon EOS 550D and a Tokina wide angle.
Forth Road Bridge, Queensferry (near Edinburgh), Scotland.
A very peaceful morning down at South Queensferry. A great subject for giving long-exposure B&W photography a go!
An exercise in coloured flash and fighting light pollution, the DIYv24 decided to pack up and stop working so I had to improvise with a torch.... Shot in one exposure with a fisheye lens, f3.5 for the lighting and f22 for the pseudo-flames and stars
..actually 44 Imperial Gallons, 55 US Gallons or 208 litres..... or if it's the 200 litre model it's....... anyway it's a steel drum.
[no massive glittery banners in comments please.]
A detail of the façade of Kyoto Station that I took during my trip to Japan.
The Aermotor, one of the world's first steel windmills, was first sold in 1888. Competitors labeled it the "mathematical windmill" and scoffed at Thomas O. Perry's exhaustive (5000 tests in a controlled indoor environment) research on steel wind wheels which resulted in a significantly more efficient wind-powered pump. The company's success enabled owner La Verne Noyes to leave the bulk of his estate to a trust benefitting 48 different colleges.
Located at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, Texas.
Another old fence out of my files. Had a bit of fun in PicMonkey with this one , hope you like it !!
Happy Fenced Friday Everyone !!
As Always I hope you All have a Great Weekend :0)