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comment by ncdane Mar 8, 2005I love the expression of the guy looking at this molten orange liquid. He looks slightly sinster as if he is trying to figure out what to do with it! I think the moustache helps. No offence to any muzzie owners!
comment by rowan Mar 9, 2005Great picture isn't it. I love the way it's so evocative.
comment by Blue Bird Mar 10, 2005Hello to All Members!
Most certainly is a great and unusual picture by REIM.
But there are more wonderful "shots" among the 12 presented photos in the members gallery this week.
Love the leaves covering the BUS STOP! Very fine observation.
Rowan's photo from Bombay sunset I see more birds on the shore than girls? Would be nice to enlarge that shot against the light! Never easy, but always great! That is a task in photography to work against the light! Very good idea Rowan!
The "flower show" Orchids is my very first try with my new digital camera! Hope to develope some great shots with Macro setting, but did not get there yet!
Also I see my WEB Pages did not get through yet, because were not finished.
Now I am really done with a few pages, and I think Yahoo's Geocities is great!
I'll come back with the finished product.!
Finally Collective member's gallery is always a pleasure to see, enjoy it and learn from those great shots! Thanks to Members and the superb editing of Rowan!
comment by nomm_de_photo Oct 6, 2005The name is actually Rein, an Estonian name.
The orange liquid is hot molten iron in a crucuble on its way to becoming an engine block. I took this about 30 years ago at an AMC engine foundry in Sarnia Canada.
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