Tuesday, January 16

Rusty Propeller

Rusty Propeller
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There is not much to say about this one, except that it is part of an old ship, a fragment laid on one side of a park along the beach walk. There was no shipwreck there as far as I know. I took a snapshot that was dark and green but with an interesting composition so I used Photomatix and its superb tone mapping function which gave me a much better image.


Blogger Ben said...

I just LOVE it! Absolutely my taste and just great!

10:23 AM  
Blogger Mandi said...

Very interesting.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Mimmu said...

I can`t get enough looking at these colours! Such a harmony, that`s my opinion !

8:28 PM  
Blogger Mimmu said...

I forgot to ask, how did you get cities of DP like in your blog??
I think this yours is very best way.

8:41 PM  
Blogger Dsole said...

Cool! Love the result!
podrías echarle imaginación y montarte una historia increíble sobre esta fotografía jejeje ;)

12:06 AM  
Blogger Felicia said...

With the tonemapping the colors are fantastic and the grass still looks normally green. I too like your DP pull down menu!

1:08 AM  
Blogger Carlos said...

Mimmu, you can just copy and paste my code. Look for the "form" tag where all the links are and find the end tag "/form" Take the whole block and then edit the links you want by hand as they appear as I do myself, from the wiki list or the mailing list. There is another version that expands but it works pretty much the same. One thing you should know: the links should not exceed the width of the sidebar. If they do the sidebar will drop down to the bottom of the page. I hope this info was helpful. Don't hesitate if in doubt. Thanks to you all for comments. I am having a lot of work. I will see what I can do to compensate for all those kind comments.

1:09 AM  
Blogger Mental Floss said...

Great shot. This reminds me of the shot I took of a Fiat that was buried partially in the ground like this. Check it out

11:19 AM  

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