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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"


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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