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It Rained!

By TyChee    
This is the object seen in yesterday's upload which is now starting to return to it's under water hiding place. It has been pretty dry around here until a few days ago when we finally got a good soaking rainfall.
This thing is usually completely under water, but I caught a look of it yesterday at an interesting level of submersion.

This is my first upload from my new D80. I'm starting to really like it after a few growing pains. Some of my uploads in the near future will probably be of wildly varied subjects because I have been shooting everything in site trying to get used to the new camera.

PLEASE VIEW LARGE!

Thanks for stopping by and for all your comments and support.

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Comments


14 Oct 2007 12:03PM
Nice colour.
14 Oct 2007 12:05PM
Well captured and thanks for explaining what it was, you had me there for a minute. Its good to see the before and after shot.

Richie.
rontear Plus
19 23 9 England
14 Oct 2007 12:06PM
Another personal series Ty. Great insight to your location. Ron.
kitsch 16 439 4 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 12:12PM
version 2 is my fave Smile

great geting used to a new cam eh! lol

jo
mohikan22 18 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 12:15PM
version 2 for me Grin
shows more depth of contrast in the water
matt.
franken Plus
20 5.5k 4 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 12:16PM
Interesting! I like this version the best.

Ken
cheesey 16 2 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 12:16PM
Very interesting composition. Well taken. Regards Cheesey.
imander 15 388 7 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 12:17PM
another really interesting picture
ian
riprap007 18 1.6k 37 England
14 Oct 2007 12:18PM
# 1 nails it, great study of this interplay of shape
imagio 16 12 1 England
14 Oct 2007 12:32PM
I the best but 2 comes close Ty, great reflections and shapes

Bernie
woolybill1 Plus
16 39 79 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 12:44PM
I go for 1 myself. I like the abstract frrl, though the leaf makes the shot.
I've read your 'rambling' with interest. I think the D50 needs to be kept, perhaps as an everyday camera.
Best of luck,
Bill
Diana 16 2.0k 19 Netherlands
14 Oct 2007 1:39PM
nice shapes framed in water

lovely

Dianna
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.5k 2563 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 1:58PM
Version 2 for me, by a whisker. The colour is super in 1, but there's a certain flatness to the water, it looks more like a painted surface. I agree with Matt, 2 gives it a sense of depth.
Love that leaf, by the way.
Moira
Mounters 16 85 2 England
14 Oct 2007 3:10PM
Great reflection detail, this shot shows that there is art everywhere, you just have to look for it.
14 Oct 2007 3:16PM
I choose the 2 version.
Good capture Smile

Noe
taggart Plus
18 47 15 United States
14 Oct 2007 3:30PM
I was checking to see what you were using before-- also, noticed you entry in the forum-- The color looks good here-- in all three uploads-- I would know exzactly how to process the "straight from the camera" one--

Will finish my PM to you-- Jennnnn
Mikelane 15 1 Wales
14 Oct 2007 3:56PM
Nice one .Well captured .
Mike
mikbee 15 3 8 Scotland
14 Oct 2007 4:08PM
No 1 for me.Good detail with a bit of rust too.
Mick.
Portknockie 18 48 Scotland
14 Oct 2007 4:18PM
Beautiful blue in the water..the detail in the cast iron is great...

Don
glyndwr 15 103 10 Wales
14 Oct 2007 4:32PM
V1 for me. Good to see a story through Ty.

Robert
JohnH37 16 1 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 6:38PM
Number one is my favorite.Amazing pic.Very clever.
-John
stevie 18 1.2k 2 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 6:49PM
Nice work, Ty, with great colour contrasts
14 Oct 2007 7:22PM
I'm realy pleased to be able to give you No 30 Ty. Such an intersting subject, good variations, No 1 has it for me!

Mike
SRSmith 15 1 United States
14 Oct 2007 8:18PM
Very visual, can't help but be drawn to it.
dianah 16 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 8:39PM
Love the dynamic shapes and colour Ty..great shot with excellent contrast.
Di
brownsilent 15 7 2 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 11:00PM
Nice abstract, lovely colours, the rusty ones are such a good contrast to the awesome blue.
JOhanna
bricurtis Plus
17 2.7k 53 England
14 Oct 2007 11:10PM
No 1 . Great shapes and colour Ty.
Brian.
fentiger 21 920 24 England
14 Oct 2007 11:44PM
Impressive abstract photography. All the elements blend together for a great picture.

Albert
15 Oct 2007 12:24AM
No1 Nice abstract, lovely colours
Andy
15 Oct 2007 12:48AM
Now that is good Ty, you caught this one at the right time.

Stuart
Joline Plus
16 38 59 United States
15 Oct 2007 1:57AM
Great color. Makes an interesting abstract.
AnneWorner 15 620 43 United States
15 Oct 2007 2:18AM
I like these mouseovers. Smile
I like version 2 better, it makes the photo sharper and gives more contrast. I'm really attracted to sharp contrasts. I haven't read the comments yet, I'll probably be in the minority.
I like that one maple leaf floating in there by itself.
There's one reflection that has the shape of a house gable, just wondering if that's what it is.
Anne
JimV 16 6 3 Canada
15 Oct 2007 2:23AM
I'm with the Version 2 fans but, as Moira says, just by a whisker, been a great series Ty!
Good luck with the new camera, looks promising judging by this!
Rgds., Jim
17 Oct 2007 12:15PM
Good eye. This is a great shot. =)

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