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A little bit of rust and a little bit of my favourite colour red.
Although I do take life in the slow lane nowadays,I still travelled 50 miles to Glasgow to get this shot.Although it did take us considerably less than 10 hours to get there by car !!
5 must be the slow lane
No way is rust going to be in the slow lane...
give it a chance and it will be top gear...and fast processing!!
Is it possible to drive at 5mph ? A great image Mick !!
Fair point by Herman, don't think my speedo would register anything that slow. Slow enough for your car to start oxidising I should think, Mick.
The grey bit reminds me of the conning tower of a submarine, Mick. But I didn't expect to see a submarine, even a rusty one, in the middle of Glasgow.
Interesting comparison between the metal and the distant breeze block - but not a padlock in sight.
I have some rusty pictures scheduled for next week; no submarines involved, though.
I bet the only sub you are interested in is from that sandwich shop howeve ralthough these are unlikely subjects somehow the image seems to be well balanced (unlike some people on this sit). Keep at it and keep on improving.
If you head through that door at even 5 mph you'll end up in A and E, me finks.
Nice association, Mick.
Ronnie's got it sussed!
Hope you didn't break any speed limits getting there - there's traps
all along that road from Edinburgh!
The 5 m.p.h. limit is so that you can get great shots like this from your car window Mick. wasn't that kind of them?
Great, the rust is making progress here ! all though at 5 mph.
Cor, pretty view.
really like the comp on this one mick belting colour and detail a cracker nice one
50 miles away! And then home again. At least a quarter tank of gasoline. And they say photography is free after you buy your equipment. But isn't it worth it!.......Sandy
You knowas well as me Mick we should all stick to what we do best
I've got a red flag if you need someone to walk in front of your automobile
I have a wonderful car that is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Men in their big fast cars only see a little green car with a little old biddy driving! Wrong!! I can give them a run for their money and if they try to tailgate me I can leave them standing and frequently do! 5mph - is that really a speed PS I have never been caught for speeding, too small and too fast
Brilliant rust, so that's what happens if you dawdle
Cracking shot Mick, great composition, light, textures and tones, well spotted and captured
Like the composition Mick, notice your shutter speed was up, completely ignoring the sign,
It's started (the rust) and one day it will take over. all be it very slowly.
love your title..
Quote: I've got a red flag if you need someone to walk in front of your automobile
An interesting composition, which works well on many levels Mick.
Glad to make it 30 Mick, great shot.
Composition and title fit together well, like the humour in it.
It must be the limit for the rust, Mick.
Hope you didn't go breaking the speed limit on that stretch of water! A fine bit of rust captured here, Mick
Gosh...lovely light and rust, Mick!
I will give this 5 out of 5.
5mph Waaw! a car would not move at this speed,
A great image with some rust
Good picture, Mick, and mind how you go in that fast car.
BTW, until I saw your portfolio, a few years ago, I thought the correct spelling was russed.
Gimme 5 Mick! That's a great shot!
The sign says: You have 5mins to take your B...dy photograph and then Buzz off!
The light is good and the lovely bits of rust show that in five years time if you go back to take the shot you'll get an award from the rust society...
Well composed Mick got a bit of everything here .
Excellent composition Mick. I also like the shadow of the handle!
I think the 5mph limit may be for boats navigating the river/canal!
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