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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

pure scottish hobo


Nikon D70 @ 38mm, 1/25 sec, f/4.2, ISO


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Ok, so it's not the most exciting picture in the world, but I've not got a huge choice of shots to chose from at the moment. I'm long overdue a good workout with my camera.

The sign base usually just reads "900kg" but someone has stencilled in the rest: "of pure Scottish hobo"

2 Comments:

Blogger Azhar said...

LOL,great soht,for me much better than the last one.Lovely yellow (being my favourite colour in photos) Great detail on the wall.Well done on turning such a simple scene into something visually interesting.Great shot!Workout with your camera - I'd say all you need to do is take a walk with your camera and get shots like these :)

7:37 am, April 26, 2006  
Anonymous owen said...

This is brilliant. I love all the complimentary colours - mainly the yellow and grey, but I also like the different angles - especially how the sign is level but the post is perpendicular to the road. The stencil is cool too!

7:38 am, April 26, 2006  

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