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Agua para todos

By roverfoxy9
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Using 5600D flash off-camera (on cable) and in HSS (high-speed synch) mode. A1 has top speed of 1/16,000 sec which I thought I ought to take advantage of. Decided looked better on its side. Refused my wife's request to use Photoshop to get rid of the limescale. I told her elbow grease is better (and yes, they will probably be MY elbows after that comment).

Tags: Black and white Close-up and macro Flash and lighting

Voters: Imagine23, Slaterm, Sus and 9 more


Imagine23 14 241 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2006 10:03PM
That is so cool, had to spend ages looking at it to work out what was what!
Slaterm 14 496 1 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2006 10:08PM
really clever abstract/close up - works really well in B&W
shortski 14 3 1 England
25 Jul 2006 10:34PM
very clever, love the fact that you have turned this onto its side, interesting image..........jojo
26 Jul 2006 1:14AM
Nice. I like it. =)
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
27 Jul 2006 9:47AM
Nice detail and well captured.

30 Jul 2006 4:40PM
tonymarq 15 1 United States
24 Sep 2006 8:49PM
Hi Andrew and really love the perspective of this as the faucet turned sideways was a great idea! the timing is impecable for the trail with ripples! Andrew water for everyone is a great title as i am in the field of water distrabution, conservation and feel its a natural resource we take for granted.well done!

Great varied PF with very interesting images and will be picking your brain on how to layer!

stay well
Wickedsista 14 15 United States
1 Sep 2007 8:52PM
I like how your eye has captured this, lime scale adds to the overall feel

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