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Large Slightly Shiny Globe!

By TrevBatWCC    
Everyone visiting the Clarence Dock area of Leeds photographs the large shiny reflective globes - this smaller and less shiny one is at the opposite end of the dock. I don’t know what it is supposed to represent or what it's called (so struggling for a title!) but it was just to the left of this raised paved platform it stands on that my 'Girl wearing a scarf' is located.
Well, the MRI brain scan on Thursday went well, though I will have to wait for the results. The colonoscopy yesterday was something I hope I don’t have to go through again...and yes, it was horrendous! Sad But not being able to have anyone accompany me home from the hospital unit and stay with me for 24 hours (on this occasion, anyway), had to have it without sedation, which I guess, made it feel worse and was rather painful. Three small polyps were found and removed for further examination, but the good news was there was no cancer found. It was interesting though to see the inside of my err, inside, on the large LCD screen! The picture quality was amazing...it's a pity I couldn't have had a screen shot, it would have made a great abstract to upload….Wink
Why have I got links added in the text of my last upload - and this - (i.e., the words 'bonus', 'cancer screening' and 'polyps' which I didn't add?!!....seems like it's some Google Chrome plugin...!

Single Raw image processed in Adobe Camera Raw 7, tweaked in Photomatix Pro 4 and Photoshop Elements 11.

Thanks again to everyone for your votes & comments on my previous uploads, it really is appreciated and encouraging.

Trev Smile

Tags: Leeds Specialist and abstract Globe Royal armouries Clarence dock

Voters: DeSilver, brian17302, RonnieAG and 25 more


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Comments


29 Jun 2013 11:59AM
Great Image Trev
Glad you had good news from the hospital after your ordeal there

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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
29 Jun 2013 12:13PM
I think that globe has been placed there just to block the view of urban landscape toggers, Trev.
But it does make an interesting f/g artefact in itself.
Good news on the colonoscopy and I hope the same proves so on the MRI.
Keep of good cheer!
Ronnie.
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
29 Jun 2013 12:44PM
Bl**dy planners..ran out of ideas obviously..and thought hey, let's block the view!! WinkGrin

Glad your internals are behind you BlushBlushBlush
mrswoolybill Plus
9 948 1479 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 12:58PM
And I never even knew this was there! I rather prefer it to the shiny one.
Glad your innards are OK.
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 1:45PM
Glad to hear the good news so far, Trev.
Had never envisaged you as an abstract photographer BlushBlushBlush
I too reckon this looks better than the shiny globe which was too fly-blown to allow decent photos last time I saw it.
Regards
Bill
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
29 Jun 2013 2:03PM
Well composed. I hope the remaining results are OK
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
29 Jun 2013 2:41PM
Hope all keeps well with you health wise Trev.
An interesting shot here.
And I would like to see the size of driver
needed to give this golf ball a whack !!
Mick.
29 Jun 2013 2:47PM
Good to hear everything went well for you. This is a well composed image Trev, I like it.......Sandy
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
29 Jun 2013 3:23PM
Glad to hear the good news, Trev, bet it was a horrible experience, but a good result Smile Carol
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 4:15PM
Never saw this when I went to photograph the huge shiny globes Trev, but that was few years ago so maybe this is a newer addition. Lovely shot. Glad you survived all the medical examinations.
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 4:15PM
Wanting an image to keep..hmmm, a screen shot?
wonder what else went on there then TrevWink
but it's over for nowWink
a great shot here and well worked
Lillian
29 Jun 2013 5:20PM
Glad the medical examinations went well, Trev!
A well composed and taken image!

Richard
29 Jun 2013 6:48PM
Glad your news is good
saltireblue Plus
6 5.9k 33 Norway
29 Jun 2013 7:52PM
Looks like the ball from a demolition crane, Trev. Always wanted to have a go with one of those!.
Patina is always more interesting than polished.

Glad to hear the positive news about your inside bits, hope the rest of the news is equally good when you get the results.

Malc
bobsblues 6 10 2 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2013 8:04PM
Good to hear all went well Tev, hope that wasnt one of the polyps they removed Blush . great image also Trev .
Take care
Rob
JOKEN 7 3 10 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2013 4:58PM
So glad that your hospital visits seen to show positive outcomes.
I only know Leeds from visits to Headingly, so your recent posts are interesting and giving me an impression of the city itself.
Ken
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2013 8:12PM
Makes a change from the shiny one, Trev. I tried to find out about it, but to no avail. Found pictures but no info.
Good comp Trev very well presented and that processing working as well as ever.
1 Jul 2013 9:50PM
Think we string of beads Leedies are going to have to meet one day
Regards John
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
10 Jul 2013 2:20PM
Yes why put it there, but it's an interesting piece none the less and makes a good subject for photographers!

Trev, so pleased to hear all was ok and hope the same for your MRI too! x

Sarah *
19 Jul 2013 11:40PM
I think, there had been done great work on the docks in GB, where ever they are... Liverpool, London, Leeds... Super image of a quarter of the town, that surely had not been on of the best addresses in the past.
Good to hear everything went well and no big problems occured. I'll keep my fingers crossed, anyway. (Btw. it is hard to type with crossed fingers. Tongue)

Johanna

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