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By Steve Cribbin
A bit of a detail shot from the Spurn meet. I have tried to make the background interesting by featuring the top of the timber pile against the blue sky.

1/25 sec @ f/9 ISO 100


Tags: Rust Close-up and macro Bolt Groyne Timber Spurn Pile Nail Landscape and travel

Voters: Arcticfox, Wooly, BERTRAM and 14 more

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Steve Cribbin 15 49 10 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2008 8:42AM
Off out for the day now. I'll catch up with you all later. Hope you like it.


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Arcticfox 13 22 Scotland
25 Aug 2008 8:54AM
Great shot Steve, excellent tones and DOF.
Wooly 12 112 4 England
25 Aug 2008 9:08AM
You captured some nice textures and tones there Steve amd the shallow DOF works well.

BERTRAM 10 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2008 9:16AM
A very well taken shot.
Glynn 12 1.2k 1 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2008 9:45AM
Very good detail really shows the texture of the rust on the bolt.
MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
25 Aug 2008 9:46AM
I really like the DoF, Steve Smile

Fran x
Briwooly 12 452 5 England
25 Aug 2008 10:16AM
Well thought out Steve very effective like it mate, Great to meet everyone

ketch 10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
25 Aug 2008 10:39AM
Very mice 'abstracty' image superb dof which makes the rusty bold head really look 3D (maybe my monitor is playing up!!)

Best wishes

Mounters 11 85 2 England
25 Aug 2008 12:20PM
I tried this type of shot and failed!
Thanks for the website, just need to save my pocket money
Steve Cribbin 15 49 10 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2008 12:27PM
Thanks for the votes and comments everyone. Sorry to be so slow getting back, just fitting in a lunchtime visit from work.

11 Sep 2008 4:20PM
Great light, nice subject, texture, composition, dof - you know it yourself Smile Great picture in other words.
Steve Cribbin 15 49 10 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2008 10:12PM
Thanks again Andrey. I do like it - something different for me. Cheers.


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