Fly Tipped

By Dave_Henderson    
A couple of months ago when looking for fungi (without success) I decided to use some items from a pile of rubbish that had been dumped in the wood.

Tags: Still life Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Flash and lighting

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Cormy 10 3 England
22 Jan 2010 3:31PM
Amazing textures in this superb piece of work.The detail is tremendous.

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DaveU 12 1.4k 125 England
22 Jan 2010 3:32PM
Never seen an old tin of paint look so darned good ..... that's a wonderful image and a real tonic for a jaded Brummie with a bad case of landscape overload.
angej 13 479 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 3:35PM
Nicely done tooSmile
DiegoDesigns 12 117 6 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 3:49PM
An excellent result, who would have thought that rubbish could look this good. Congrats on the 'Yummy' award too...

picturistic 8 7 7 Wales
22 Jan 2010 3:58PM
great comp and processing Dave

22 Jan 2010 4:07PM
Excellent image, great processing !

LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 4:08PM
Interesting processing of this lovely subject.
LesF 11 182 9
22 Jan 2010 4:40PM
Looks terrific this Dave

Cor 9 Belgium
22 Jan 2010 5:34PM
BlueRoom Plus
12 73 20 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 6:04PM
A very attractive representation of a not very pleasant scene. Your processing has lifted this to another level.

derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 8:50PM
Very well composed and lit.

kitsch 12 439 4 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 8:52PM
what a fabulous image... love the way you processed to perfection Smile
User_Removed 14 16 1 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2010 8:54PM
you've caught this well & the pp has given it a really new lease of life

ironman 8 1
22 Jan 2010 9:46PM
Tempted to say this shot is rubbish ! Well taken,well lit & well composed.

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