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taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
21 Sep 2011 11:07PM
Some people know just where to find the best rust,,,,,,,,,,
Suehh 13 39 6 England
21 Sep 2011 11:21PM
What a great title!

Lovely rusty detail here Mick - funny how the bit in the middle of the hook isn't rusty - or is there some technical reason that me, a mere female, wouldn't even think about I wonder.
User_Removed 12 26 2 United States
21 Sep 2011 11:26PM
Love the rust, Mick! There is some construction going on next door and I wanted to take some Mick-like rust pictures of the equipment but lost my nerve - they would think I'm crazy! But maybe I'll be brave and try again!
Christina
BarryC123 12 43 25 Ireland
21 Sep 2011 11:42PM
A lovely abstract bit of rustiness - it is interesting how the middle of the hook has remained so new-looking - perhaps your mere presence causes rust, but it hasn't worked it's way to the middle yet?
RonnieAG Plus
11 154 119 Scotland
21 Sep 2011 11:58PM
Like your opening tongue in cheek assessment, Mick: another bit of quality rust, captured in fine detail and colour again.
Ronnie.
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
22 Sep 2011 12:01AM
This is a hanging basket in my garden.I can only guess the reason for the lack of rust in the middle is my wife taking it down for replanting and maintainance and such.The middle bit will get a bit of ''oil'' from the natural oils on her fingers.
morpheus1955 14 3 2 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 12:13AM
Cracking shot Mick, great textures and I love the title Smile

Hugh
metro074 10 8 Australia
22 Sep 2011 12:37AM
Well captured Mike. I agree with Hugh about the title. Reading your comments (as always) your wife must have a wonderful sense of humour. I know, I know, she's married to you Wink Grin
Carol
JPatrickM 13 2 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 12:43AM
Interesting distribution of rust Mick. i see your point about the unrusty bit getting handled frequently, but thar doesn't account for the the way the rust only affects the top links of the chain.
Never mind all that, it's a cracking shot.
Patrick
Mynett 12 142 6 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 7:23AM
the title says more about you than the image for sure, a great comp Mike, sits well in the frame creating a very interesting image

Linda
fentiger 19 920 24 England
22 Sep 2011 7:48AM
The background is a bit dominant here nevertheless a fine capture and the title is very apt for both you and the image.

Albert
goso 14 2 1 Australia
22 Sep 2011 8:50AM
Another well detailed image Mike (alias Iron Oxide or Iron Mike Grin) ...Bill
pluckyfilly 14 351 33 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 8:58AM
nifty bit of rustWink well found shot
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.4k 2294 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 9:00AM
Hooked, of course. And that means there are always chains attached...
Moira
gingerdelight 14 298 11 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 9:00AM
A great descriptive title, as you say Mick! And a super image to boot!
Carol
woolybill1 Plus
14 34 76 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 9:16AM
On - and with - and by - -
Regards
Bill
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 10:23AM
Incy wincy spider..making you webs to capture too I see MickSmile
lovely shot
Lillian
Anna62 9 1 Australia
22 Sep 2011 12:59PM
Great image Mick..and love the title!! I actually thought of you today while I was at Long Reef...I saw an old rusty winch and I took a pic of it. Ordinarily I wouldn't of looked twice at it but it looked quite interesting on closer examination lol Smile
moiral 10 12 Scotland
22 Sep 2011 1:40PM
Like the title Mick and love the orange colours in the rust.
Regarding the seals, yes there are a lot of little fishing villages in this area so could have been that. Some of the other seals also had blood visible on them - presumed they had been fighting.
Moira
LexEquine 14 1 19 United States
22 Sep 2011 2:41PM
'Well-focused, photographed, & composed Image'~ Peter
brownbear 11 2 England
22 Sep 2011 3:26PM
Another good one, shows the texture of the rust to perfection.
Geoff
danbrann 16 640 17
22 Sep 2011 4:08PM

Quote:.The middle bit will get a bit of ''oil'' from the natural oils on her fingers.


You haven't got her mending the car and changing the oil as well surely.....whatever will the lads at the Dockers think?
LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 5:51PM
Fabulous rust texture, lovely shot.
pascalg Plus
13 37 1 France
22 Sep 2011 5:54PM
loved your title too Smile
MickyMc 13 8 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2011 6:29PM
And I am hooked on your fabulous comments Wink
Mavis
22 Sep 2011 11:43PM
Nicely captured Mick.
Rob
NeilWigan Plus
10 17 16 England
22 Sep 2011 11:43PM
wont be up much longer Mick ,the bedding is coming to an end.The bit in the middle doesnt have any friction coNtact with other metal parts were the galvanised coating is violated ,the rust then travels under the afformentiond coating and removes it therby leaving the ferrous based metal open to oxidisation (RUST),it will eventually denude the ferrous based metal wich will then be fully rust coated regardless of your wifes oily fingers.Hope this explanes and we can all sleep easy .Tongue.
23 Sep 2011 6:34PM
Brilliant title Mick, and looks like you had some brilliant Sunshine that Day too.

John Smile
acousticmist 10 10 1 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2011 7:51PM
Great detail Mick...................Martin
ugly Plus
12 9 57 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2011 11:55AM
I do like the image...
I think I like to see more cob to show the lenth of time it been sat there...
Dave
Glostopcat 14 255 2 England
2 Oct 2011 7:13PM
You certainly are Mick, some may say that you have rather an unhealthy obsession with it!Wink
brownsilent 13 7 2 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2011 8:24PM
Even if I have never met you Mick, I have the feeling, I know what you think. I saw the thumbnail and thought... well, he's hooked on rust - Just to find out, this is the title you've given this image! Hey, ho!
Johanna

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