AniTo

By woolybill1
Lettering on the back of a construction engineer's vehicle, central Newcastle upon Tyne, a couple of weekends ago.

All shot at 28mm equivalent, ISO 80.

Tags: Photo journalism Specialist and abstract Digger Newcastle upon tyne Lettering Earth mover

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Comments


riprap007 15 1.6k 37 England
28 May 2008 8:26AM
the angled approach, reminds me of 1910's graphic artists (my favourite period for such work) Smile

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tigertimb 12 40 66 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 8:31AM
Interesting shots Bill and I like the mazelike qualities of #2 and #3. I assume these are genuine 3d rather than the very clever paintwork we saw frequently in Austria
Tim
wyatturp 14 2 England
28 May 2008 8:34AM
A NIT---------The red works, well done

DougSmile
woolybill1 Plus
13 34 76 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 8:59AM
Genuine 3D all the way, Tim!
GalleryGirl 13 4 2 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 9:05AM
Well captured - someone must have a steady hand!
Marilyn x
danbrann 15 640 17
28 May 2008 9:12AM
Oviously a Sunderland supporterwho is not as observant as you are Bill.
photophantom 12 108 3 Philippines
28 May 2008 9:42AM
ANITO - a tagalog(filipino) word meaning "a pagan god". Powerful abstract Bill....
28 May 2008 9:52AM
Dont know what to say Bill, well done.

Dougie.
Herge88 Plus
13 40 6 England
28 May 2008 10:33AM
Great bit of abstract Bill, wondered if it was a Manitou but I think its the wrong colour.

Best Matt
lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
28 May 2008 11:44AM
Good pattern shots
Richsr 13 91 223 England
28 May 2008 12:59PM
Nice set of abstract image Bill certainly got a 3D effect on these.
Well spotted and captured.
Regards Richard.
RobboB Plus
13 133 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 1:48PM
excellent abstract.
samsalt1 13 34 4
28 May 2008 1:51PM
The term Manitou itself refers to the concept of one aspect of the interconnection and balance of nature/life, much as you have connected with this machine Bill.
I prefer the abstract nature of versions 2 and 3 but this is striking with its red and cream livery.

Sam
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
28 May 2008 1:55PM
Excellent abstracts, well done to produce a 3D effect!

Jennnnnn
woolybill1 Plus
13 34 76 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 2:10PM
I give in!!! It's a Manitou. All linguistic information, titbits etc. always gratefully received. Smile
pascalg Plus
13 37 1 France
28 May 2008 3:08PM
excellent work !
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
28 May 2008 3:18PM
Good abstract takes here Bill of ''simple'' lettering.Made all the more interesting with them being raised for the 3D effect.A nice little edging too with the rust/dust.Good graphic images here.
Mick.
proz 16 205 United States
28 May 2008 3:29PM
I like the contrast of colors they work so well. Darn good bit of detail too, worth the large view!!
glyndwr 13 66 10 Wales
28 May 2008 3:42PM
V1 has most impact Bill, great detail too.

Robert
nickyv32 Plus
13 135 England
28 May 2008 3:59PM
Funny the things we spot whilst out with the cameras, people look at us sometimes and think we are mad, but this is a great shot, lovely colours and detail, great contrast.

Nicky
bayleaf 13 8 United Kingdom
28 May 2008 4:14PM
Nicely taken.

John
28 May 2008 4:22PM
Version 2 without a clue as to why that I can put in words.

Dougie
28 May 2008 4:53PM
This caught my eye Bill as my brother-in-law is the Manitou distributor for his area in the borders, fine collection of images, good colour impact, Adrian
IainH 15 82
28 May 2008 6:28PM
I thought it looked like Russian letters Smile
Hop-A-Long 13 52 1 England
28 May 2008 8:50PM
Excellent images. Great abstract work.
Andy
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
28 May 2008 9:05PM
love the 3D effect!
28 May 2008 9:44PM
Border highlights the prize
Joline Plus
14 30 57 United States
29 May 2008 3:23AM
Another fascinating stroll into the abstract. Very nice, too.
imagio 14 12 1 England
29 May 2008 5:10PM
Reminds me of Jasper Johns work, excellent Bill

Bernie

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