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mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2466 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2012 8:59AM
The word is patina. Wink
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 78 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2012 9:00AM
I hang my head in shame - I do not know the answer SadSadSadSadSad
If the rust is new or just thin you risk polishing it away > answer NO, unless of course it's on your car's bodywork.
If the rust is well-established and flaky you risk tearing the duster and/or your fingers > answer NO, unless you get somebody else to do the dirty.
But somehow 'shiny rust' is a contradiction in terms!!!!!
Bill
nonur 13 18 13 Turkey
30 Aug 2012 9:27AM
I think it does, Jeff. I like the shine and the metallic blue colouring! You must have shot it after rain.
NDODS 11 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2012 9:40AM
A great image of 'Rust' as of yet no one as let me into why is 'Rust' so very appealing to an ever expanding group of EPz members, "Am I missing out?"

Regards Nathan
mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
30 Aug 2012 2:03PM
Most definately NO for polishing rust.
And you will need a better excuse than that
if wearing these rubber stretchy Marigolds gloves
is a big turn on for you !!
Mick.
carper123 Plus
10 1.3k 8 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2012 2:32PM
Nice one, good composition and dof, well spotted and captured (yes captured by the Rustaholics , new they would get you)Wink
well done.
Darryl.SmileSmileSmile
Jasper87 Plus
11 2.8k 158 England
30 Aug 2012 4:11PM
Certainly does look like a contradiction. Shiny rust.. hmmm.

Dave
SUE118 Plus
13 8 1 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2012 4:51PM
Rust seems to be very popular on this siteSmileSmileSmile

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