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Agua para todos II

By roverfoxy9
In case you're wondering about the title of this series (don't worry, there won't be many more, if any) - it's a current slogan in the Murcia region of Spain and means "Water for everyone". I think it's supposed to remind you to save water, so that there will be enough to put on the golf courses.

As the previous one, lit by off-camera 5600 flash in high speed mode (1/16,000 sec) and f11.

Heavily cropped. You can see a larger version at

http://torrefoto.org/aftgallery/displayimage.php?album=lastup&cat=0&pos=0

Any comments welcome.

I decided not to turn this one on it's side !!

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

Voters: SamM, MediumSizeUnavailable, Hanners and 12 more


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27 Jul 2006 10:34AM
love it, and love it in b&w
Pogs 14 13 England
27 Jul 2006 10:34AM
Debemos mantener esos cursos de golf mojados lol
Hanners 14 875 10 Ireland
27 Jul 2006 10:36AM
Oh I do love the cynicism, a great shot too.



CLIX
wamp 14 276 8 England
27 Jul 2006 11:03AM
Great shot in b&w
Sean
ericfaragh 16 149 5 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2006 11:35AM
Find capture, I like the bw treatment and the perfect sphere of the drop.
phillj 14 2 England
27 Jul 2006 12:11PM
Very different, strange framing. Works for me,like it.

PhillJ
IanFlindt 15 740 21 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2006 12:14PM
Something very strangely appealing about this. Even the grain enhances it. Your comment about the golf courses deserves a click of its own.
roverfoxy9 16 278 Spain
27 Jul 2006 12:33PM
Thanks all. These photos reminded me of a style I'd seen in one of my photo books, but couldn't remember exactly what. I've just had a flick through the books, and I suppose I might have been thinking of "The Fork" by Andre Kertesz, although I don't for a minute pretend to be in his class.

http://www.artnet.de/artwork_images_911_163618_Andre-Kertesz.jpg
glazzaro 15 70 23 United States
28 Jul 2006 4:41PM
Nice shot, quite like the effect the sequence of drops have, seem 3d and gives a excellent perception of depth, nice one! Spot on! Click!!!

Greg

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