Something to Get my Teeth Into

By woolybill1
Another from the ruined 19th-century mill in Jesmond Dene, Newcastle.

My view in both yesterday's and today's images was severely constrained by the stout iron fence through whose posts I had to shoot.

Tags: Photo journalism Black and white Specialist and abstract

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Comments


franken Plus
13 3.8k 4 Wales
16 Feb 2012 9:11AM
Excellent range of tones Bill.


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16 Feb 2012 9:14AM
excellent composition
nice mono too...
nonur Plus
7 15 9 Turkey
16 Feb 2012 9:15AM
So lovely a title for this great shot, you managed to get just enough amount of blur at the background. What I said for the previous upload is also relevant for this compo which I like a lot.
16 Feb 2012 10:05AM
great comp here and mono just works so well
16 Feb 2012 10:19AM
Nothing quite so annoying as iron rail constraints Bill. You did well in both with your angles despite the problems.

Dougie

hope you retrieved them before leaving?
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
16 Feb 2012 11:41AM
This is a powerful composition.
HBJ Plus
4 4 Sweden
16 Feb 2012 11:58AM
Nice composition!
Hans
gingerdelight 9 298 11 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2012 12:11PM
Excellent! And yet another great title too!
Carol
mikbee 8 3 8 Scotland
16 Feb 2012 12:33PM
Had a few arguments in the past myself Bill,with iron fencing.I find my G11 very handy for putting through the fence and composing the shot on the screen.I just have to make sure I do not drop the thing !!
(note to self---I must get a wrist strap !!)
Mick.
Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
16 Feb 2012 12:45PM
Not easy to work when you have those constrains Bill, good one
AnnChown Plus
6 197 1 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2012 1:00PM
Well done in spite of the difficulties.
Ann
16 Feb 2012 3:43PM
A very bold and nicely toned image Bill.

David
16 Feb 2012 3:50PM
Brilliant mono work, Bill...love the title! Wink
Trev Smile
Hop-A-Long 9 52 England
16 Feb 2012 3:56PM
A good mono image with nice non-uniform lines compared with the teeth of the gear.

Andy
KingBee Plus
9 442 2 Scotland
16 Feb 2012 5:05PM
Looks like the edge of some bloody great maw, just waiting for you to fall into it ....... At the same time gentle in its way, with beautiful toning.

Regards.

Bob
jonwebber 7 4 1 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2012 5:41PM
Coo, a bevel gear! In the nineteenth century, and before, a lot of gears, particularly larger ones, were cast complete, i.e. no machining of the gear form (involute) after casting. Bevel gears of this size almost certainly were produced in that way, I have never even heard of a Gleeson machine to produce one that large. Sorry for the boring stuff, have a well deserved vote.
jon
16 Feb 2012 6:03PM
I like this very much Bill, good view point and dof. And it just had to be mono Smile

John Smile
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
16 Feb 2012 7:03PM
I cringed--- did not want my teeth anywhere near this wicked looking iron wheel!
frz67 6 10 32 Italy
16 Feb 2012 9:32PM
excellent mono Bill. great details in FG.
the new toy looks great

francesco
ChiliMan Plus
9 135 17 Singapore
18 Feb 2012 10:38AM
I see you've got some great 'gear' there, Bill Wink

Andrew
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
18 Feb 2012 5:34PM
super mono conversion

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