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You can't escape the red stuff for long if you walk beside the seaside!
V1: One of the old bulldozers on Dungeness beach (Nikon D90+70-300);
V2: Tractor wheel, Boulmer, Northumberland (Canon G10).
Morning Bill, two cracking shots, wonderful colours, textures and both beautifully captured, for me I think it has to be V1, but only by a whisker.
V2 is the one for me ... great to see on a wall
I can see it made out of glass and such ... I think its cos of that superb powder blue
Yum! Lovely bunch of rust, light and textures here Bill. Think V2 for me as I want to get my hands on it and pick at it a bit!
Morning Bill . Still glorious weather.
Your rope looks so new compared to the rust and peeling paint of your first photo Bill. I really like the old cartwheel though,you cropped it so well. xxx
Can't decide which one I like best. Both excellent. Well done.
Two nice rusty shots. - gary
Fab still life V 1 Bill, v 2 great texture and rust
Whats life without rust
Even the rust looks rusty in V2 Bill , excellent textures/tones captured in both,
Can't choose....they both deserve their own page.
Both good, #2 my favourite.
two excellent images
have a great weekend
Two great shots, love the colours and textures.
A nicely juxtaposed pair of pics. I think V2 has the vote, but would it have been so 'good' without V1?
That tractor wheel just oozes of grottiness Bill,and interesting it is with the G10 too !! It has had some pounding with salt and sea air to get into this state.Also interesting to see for once they have used a proper primer rust paint.It is not flaking from the top as you normally see,but the blistering is caused by the corroding metal underneath bursting out to the surface.Surprising to see the little plastic nipple (well,thats what I call them ),so pristine looking.There has obviously been a distinct lack of handling in that department !!
Now and again I see a bit of rust I can read like a book.This is an example here.
Like the contrast of colours, and the lighting really brings out the textures, especially in V2.
A couple of real winners here Bill, but V2 is my fav'.
Fabulous detail captured in both these images Bill
I never knew there was so much to learn about rust, but Mick has opened my eyes. V2 is definitely my favourite, especially for the composition.
Wonderful vivid colours and super textures, two great captures Bill.
Excellent colours and textures in both of these. Like them both and can't imagine choosing...........Sandy
Very nice....You didn't take those on the same day I know, great shots but can't pick a favourite
Nice contrast of texture between plastic and metal. Bill and Moira perhaps ?
You're almost guaranteed some serious hits, if you include rust.
More brown, I'd have thought, than red though?
I think V2 is especially brilliant Bill.
Two terrific rust studies, I'm not surprised to see these gain the prestigious RAS award, v2 is my favourite
excellent stuff, V2, except when I see V1, then it's V1 no, it's definitely V2, V1 has nice chunky, simple shapes and textures, but V2 has more to explore. Hey, I'm a poet, hope I don't blow it.
V2 for the grottiness and wonderful textures, not to mention the compo. V1 for that yellow!
V1 for me, today.
simple and effective
V1 is a hard act to follow - but in this case some strong competition from V2. By going in close to record the fine detail works a real treat for me in both shots. Smashing.
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