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inspecting sand

By clevercloggs
These men are inspecting the sand residu which they had just dredged up.
Believe it or not they are inspecting whether they are dredging with the right sand content as just spewing water is not what they are meant to do.

Like the effect the perspective has on the image and the mountainous background.

Tags: Photo journalism Black white Dredging Inspection

Voters: Francois Lepinay, bliba, ajtorres and 16 more


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KarenFB Plus
11 4.8k 171 England
6 Feb 2007 2:57PM
I like this shot! They are both totally engrossed in what they are doing. Perfect lighting and good in B&W. I like how the chap in the background has taken off his socks and shoes - really getting it between his toes!!

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bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
6 Feb 2007 3:00PM
excellent work ,Robert!looks perfectly in mono
bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
6 Feb 2007 3:00PM
excellent work ,Robert!looks perfectly in mono
6 Feb 2007 3:09PM
excellent Robert. Even has a futuristic moonscape-like feel. Like the panoramic format. Is that DaveU in the back without the socks ? ;o)
AlleyCatz 11 274 6 England
6 Feb 2007 3:40PM

Quote:Is that DaveU in the back without the socks ? ;o)

Tee Hee to that!

Excellent image that could be a still from a film.Great conversion.


~Alley~
clevercloggs 13 237 2 United Arab Emirates
6 Feb 2007 4:11PM
thank you all, I am glad you like the image as much as I do.

Please take a look at the mountanous landscape, I thought it quite eery that in the middle of nowhere this kind of activity is going on.
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
6 Feb 2007 6:41PM
Interesting perspective on this type of work Rob. Ron.
inkarts 13 61 2
6 Feb 2007 9:00PM
Beautiful tonal range. The angle from which you have taken the shot and the different directions the men are pacing work very well indeed. Regards John
User_Removed 13 16 1 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2007 11:01PM
This PJ series is giving a great glimse of what goes on. more I hope.

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