Sunday, May 31, 2009

Digging Out/ Monochrome Maniacs

Deepening the canal into Lake Ontario


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23 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Fantastic "industrial" shot!

Cezar and Léia said...

BRAVO !
This capture is really professional!
Wonderful work!
Léia

judi said...

Look, its a bird, its a crane digging a drain, it a great shot by EG!

Aileni said...

We were used to that sort of scene around our port but not with a background of trees. A good one.

Vita Stunder said...

This is a stunning shot EG!!!
Professional if you ask me :)

Have a great week!
Anna

Anne said...

You never ever disappoint with your pictures!!

Hugs from Anne

Dagrun said...

Haha, fantastic idea! (and really good contrasts in the shot!)

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shot. I really like that you captured the water coming out of it.

kden said...

Great action shot. Love the cascading water coming out of the bucket.

Anne-Berit said...

A perfect photo for Monochrome monday!

Clueless in Boston said...

Interesting shot of the dredging. Looks great in b&w too.

slim said...

I like this . . . good seeing and well executed image.

Rose said...

This makes a good monochrome!

Ellie said...

Ah - monster machine - how did you stumbled upon it? Reminds me of the view from my monster... excuse me ... mother-in-low house - she lives near a port.

Daryl said...

Wonderful shot!

Kitty said...

A man made rain cloud. I love the textures in you picture.

Julie said...

You always have great shots and this is no exception. Well done.

Liz said...

Perfect! Look at the ripples in the water. Amazing.

Regina said...

Great shot. Stunning!

storyteller said...

Wonderful subject matter ... marvelous in monochrome.
Hugs and blessings,

Becky and Gary said...

Perfect in monochrome EG!
B.

Shaun said...

I can hear the water pouring out... nice movement, lighting and textures. I like the composition too.

Mojo said...

Okay, now we're talking'! I love this kind of shot, and this one is perfect!

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