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Abstraction with glass

This is my experiment with glass and light.

A Seduction In Textures

Hasselblad 503cw Zeiss Planar CF T* 80mm f2.8 Ilford XP2+ Super 400

Lets not forget

Lockheed Ventura MkII
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A test whilst time is standing still

closeups of a watch

Cracked Open

Comments appreciated!

Beauty of engineering

i know Phillip's brief was not to show exquisite wrist watches but the mechanics /detail of this Mont Blanc watch just...
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Beauty of Applied Math

i love bridges specially these metal structures and gauge the beauty in a scale i coined RPI (Rivets per inch) :)
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i will keep quiet

technology "push"
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Wish it were mine!

While I'm not as into cars as much as some of you [Phillip­čść) this Maserati sure caught my eye! Beautiful logo on a...
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Puppy Love No. 2

Gorgeous, huh?
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Puppy Love No. 1

All will be revealed. In due course.
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DC-3

An interesting and noisy trip across Bass Strait to King Island off Tasmania's coast provided an opportunity when the...
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Bronze

It's not really. This must be corrugated iron, a material Australia seems to have been built from once you step out of...
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Tis might half slumb'ring on its own right arm.

Now resting quietly in its shady haven, this brooding machinery spoke silent volumes to me of the work it has performed...
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Steam Punk Cliff Face

Pearns Steam World in Westbury, northern Tasmania is a must-see destination when I go south there from my home in...
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Hanging Out

I thought this might be an 'everyday' type image that I wouldn't otherwise have an opportunity to post so thanks...

Music in the Sky

The delicate patterns of this old wiring reminded me of musical manuscript. Then, the composition became minimalist...
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Which One do I Turn?

The velvety patina is just the icing on the cake of this beautiful and unintentional industrial sculpture. Like good...
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Rust Never Sleeps

This old shed in Ballarat is now gone. Made this image just in time. I'd have loved to go back and photograph it again...
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