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Good day to you all at ePz
Thank you all for taking the time out to comment and vote on my uploads yesterday. A further mention going to TrevBattWCC (Trevor) for his User Award "Cheers Trev"
Todays image was captured a little while ago, and was lurking in touched in my archives. It appealed to me so I hope it will appeal to you. "I know its different, but sometimes different is good"
I hope that you all have a great day.
Very well seen Nathan. Wonderful lines and textures
A natural triptych.
It does look like a big eye, with tears. Well spotted.
I like this one a lot Nathan, well taken.
Nice to see a grotty upload from you Nathan !!
Excellent find. capture and title, Nathan!!
symmetyr and womd wonderful dripping rust, but it is the colors in the grate that please most!
Nice textures, well seen..Phil
Super! Well seen and shot, Nathan.
Great image, Nathan....love the rusty tears.
Magic title lovely texture. Well done Nathan.
Great title there Nathan
and a good image to make you think
Yes different is always good Nathan, you haven't disappointed. A great find and title. Well done
Very aptly titled, Nathan, good spot and capture. Carol
Different is certainly good on this occasion Nathan, excellently spotted and captured (and titled as well).
Quote: Excellent find. capture and title, Nathan!!
--- I agree! --- Jukka.
Very well spotted - a great capture - a bit like seeing faces in the curtains!!
A sad looking eye, well spotted.
So well seen.
Well seem image
Looks like a weeping tooth to me.....
The grill is indeed weeping Nathan. Wonder who the face behind it is!
Great title for this well spotted and captured image Nathan
What happens when iron weeps. This really is very beautiful.
Don't Cry For Me..................
It's a new board game...`The Rust Race'
Nice shot well seen love the texture in the wall, have a great day, Regards Dave
I thought it was one of Micks rust and grot shots, looks like it is crying. I like a bit of rust too. Hope you are well Nathan, Im nearly better now
Great shot lovely textures
Different is often good! Well spotted, Nathan.
A great picture from seemingly very little, well seen Nathan!
Different and excellent work here Nathan.
perfect lines tones and texture
Well spotted Nathan, yes it's different but I like it
Thinking outside the box - fine interpretive photography Nathan…
Nathan,your capture always makes a difference,beautiful.
A gem. So very well spotted, and photographed.
Rust tears! or what it means to have a great sense of observation and the science of highlighting the most trivial and undesirable thing (I mean the streaks of rust on the facade)
Great, as ALWAYS!
The simple ones are usually the best Nathan but very often we complicate our photography.
Not just tears, but rusty tears too! A well seen shot, Nathan
You can't beat different Nathan, always a shot somewhere
Great spot and great imagination to see something that many would not see.
Nowt wrong with being different, it means you stand out from the crowd.
Great Title for this well seen and taken image Nathan, great stuff.
Hope you have a good Weekend.
Top detail. A shot most of us wouldn't have seen.
a brilliant title and well captured
Tears from a duct, very appropriate, Nathan.
Flow my tears, great captured
Superb!One of my favorites of yours.
Exquisite abstract Nathan; beautifully seen, taken and processed!
A very superior shot, the title adds to it and makes it meaningful.
Tears of rust, now i've seen it all!
There is beauty only waiting to be discovered by a gentle heart.
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