Light - Shadow - Texture

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Submitter's name: Moose
Title: Light - Shadow - Texture
Alternate Title: On Parade
Equipment: OM-4, Vivitar Series 1 19-35/3.5-4.5 at about 19 mm
Film : Kodak Royal Gold 400
Exposure: Probably about f11 @ 1/30
Technical information: Scanned on Canon FS4000, cropped to maybe 25%, sliced and diced in PS.
Not converted to B&W; this is a shot on color film, processed in color.
Subject information: Something I see fairly commonly in my life in various configurations.

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Comment left by: Olaf Greve (no e-mail specified) Hmm, you've got me puzzled. Shot with an extreme wide angle and almost no colour visible... Looks almost like light interference patterns that occur when shining light through several parallel slits; somehow I think that's not quite it though...:P

Comment left by: JAS (no e-mail specified) Texture and repetition:) Nice exploration of the subject:)

Comment left by: Charlie Geilfuss (Charles.Geilfuss@HCAhealthcare.com) I haven't a clue what it is, but I like the study in textures.

Comment left by: Jay Drew (no e-mail specified) Well, you've got the Hmm prize captured for this TOPE. I'll guess a Stucco wall with a shadow from a patio cover. Put it in a county fair and drive the judges nuts trying to figure it out.

Comment left by: Chris Barker (no e-mail specified) Well spotted (or visualised).

Comment left by: Andrew Wendelborn ( ) Interesting textures, in light and shadow. Still puzzling about what it is ...

Comment left by: Winsor (no e-mail specified) What the heck is that moose? My feeble guesses are that it is part of a pipe organ or the ribs in a wooden boat.

Interesting abstract composition.

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