Dusting off the Hard Drives
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Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #3 on: May 5, 2020 at 9:49 am
This was taken in Bandelier NP not far from Los Alamos, NM. The indigenous Indians used ladders to enter these caves when getting out of the elements. The unusual looking shadow of the ladder on the curved wall face behind the ladder is what drew me to capture this image.
Alpa STC/IQ3100 Achromatic/HR40/ISO 200Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #5 on: May 6, 2020 at 7:54 amRe: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #6 on: May 6, 2020 at 8:00 am
Also taken in Yellowstone NP, but in a very different area of the immense park. The steam contrasted against the green trees combined with years of terra cotta coloration in a triangular pattern is what attracted me most. I see four triangles in the image when including the gray earth to the right hand side of the image and the sky portion of the image. All 4 triangles merge at the epicenter and focal point at the top of the steaming earth. Phase XF/IQ3100/110 mm BR/ISO 50.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #7 on: May 7, 2020 at 8:55 amRe: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #9 on: May 8, 2020 at 7:56 amRe: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #10 on: May 8, 2020 at 8:19 am
Taken while roaming the many buildings at Silo City, Buffalo, NY. The place is so large in image potential it is hard not to overdo it. This image was taken while looking up a particular silo where the owners put some “art” up inside to add variety to the many silos. I just love the contrast of the watch gears against the red background. Alpa STC/IQ3100/HR40/ISO 50. Longish exposure.Re: Dusting off the Hard DrivesReply #11 on: May 8, 2020 at 8:22 am
Please keep in mind I also do daily image postings in both color and B&W under the “Street” thread down near the bottom of the Forum Section. It is is easy to miss those postings down there so I add this comment.
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