Pirate in rust

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Submitter's name: Jerry Smith
Title: Pirate in rust
Gear used: E-1 + 14-54
Diaphragm: f5.6
Shutter speed: 1/125
Film used: 200
Technical information: I see a pirate in this eveytime I look at it, I've shown it around and it is amazing the differant things others see.

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Comment left by: Ian Nichols (ian.a.nichols@gmail.com) Not a pirate - That's King Harold, complete with helmet and arrow, at Hastings in 1066.

Comment left by: JAS (no e-mail specified) Fantastic pov:) I like tones and the candid draw built by hasard

Comment left by: Olaf Greve (no e-mail specified) Looks like Che Guevara to me. :)

Comment left by: Fernando (no e-mail specified) Yes, if the diagonal were his cigar, with only a beard this would look just like el Ché.
Nice finding, and very good lighting for these tones. I like this type of photographs a lot.
What kind of metal surface could be so exposed to rusting? Is this from a ship?

Comment left by: Jerry Smith (no e-mail specified) No, not a ship, it's on a saftey pole. One of those type that are put in the ground and filled with cement, used to protect a larger object. I drive by it at the airport here at work. I've always seen a face in it.
Thanks, Jerry

Comment left by: Mike (no e-mail specified) Obviously a Chinese man smoking opium. Can't believe no one got it sooner :)

Comment left by: Jay Drew (no e-mail specified) It's Keith Richards channeling Johnny Depp after falling out of a tree.

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