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Old Jan 22, 2009, 2:07 PM   #1
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I was on a walk today and when browsing the photos after that I found these two which make a nice couple to my mind. What do you think?

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I was on a walk today and when browsing the photos after that I found these two which make a nice couple to my mind. What do you think?

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I hope your brains didn't fry:G you must of had a superzoom on you right? i do like both shots myself
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I hope your brains didn't fry:G you must of had a superzoom on you right? i do like both shots myself
It didn't actually, thanks Or wait... no. Not completely... I ... err... think so.

I useda 135mm lens + 2x TC for these.

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Moving just slightly to the right would have separated the power tower upright from the edge of the turbine tower. Because of their curious overlap, my eye was drawn straight there, wondering which bit was in front.

A great, striking shot, though. I worked for the electricity industry (as a scientist), so I take shots like this, too!

My photographic local best friend and ex-colleague was the last in-house photographer to survive in the privatisation of the UK Electricity Industry. He took shots like this professionally, even on mountain tops in winter, and sometimes hanging from the towers.
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