A Bit of Wiring

By SlowSong
This the view behind one of the servers for the lighting at the Royal Albert Hall. There are dozens of these, and they all look a complete mess. How anyone can tell what's what I'll never know.

I tried jazzing it up a bit with a filter to make it look a bit bittier and grittier, but you can only really see the effect up large.

Anyway, thanks for looking. Not one of my best but I quite like it anyway.


Tags: Photo journalism London General Black and white Wiring Rah

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helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2009 3:54PM
I like the processing, but I think the framing lets this down, but others may well not agree. I'd go for cleaner edges.

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imagio Plus
10 12 1 England
14 Jan 2009 4:36PM
I think the way you have framed it actually adds to the mess you captured but then we all have our opinion Chris, both valid opinions too.

Koert 8 36 Netherlands
14 Jan 2009 4:37PM
nice pic, i like the filters effect but I agree with Helen about the border.

rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
14 Jan 2009 4:39PM
Amazing insight, Chris. Ron.
14 Jan 2009 5:54PM
Sort that lot out then --LOL
I rather like this, it's different
JohnH37 10 1 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2009 6:06PM
Like this,like the wavey border too.
Great image and presentation.
RockArea 10 18 3 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2009 9:17PM
Anyone who works with cables will tell you how these things defy the laws of physics to tangle themselves. On that basis these look quite manageable. I like the border, I think it adds to the composition.

14 Jan 2009 10:37PM
For a moment, I thought you'd photographed the back of my pc! Tongue Interesting treatment.

15 Jan 2009 9:47AM
Great capture and I like the treatment...it looks a bit like the wiring behind our TV

SlowSong Plus
8 6.7k 29 England
15 Jan 2009 10:13AM
Thanks for all your nice comments. It seems whenever two or more cables come into proximity to each other some sort of messy mayhem ensues. Smile
Nicely done!!

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