Iron Works VI

© Sandra R. Alvey

Iron Works VI

Uploaded: February 20, 2008


Another wierd POV, I was in a rare mood
the day I shot these I guess. LOL!


Exif: F Number: 10, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 8000/1000000 seconds, Flash: did not fire, auto mode, ISO: 100,100, FocalLength: 35.00 mm, Model: DSLR-A100


Barbara Waldoch level-classic February 20, 2008

Fantastic pov and great detail, Sandi! #859571

Su Sana E. P level-classic February 20, 2008

Terrific as usual, Sandi!! I must try this with flowers. #5524507

Stefania Barbier level-addict February 21, 2008

Sandi tell the truth, you are the architect of this bridge...!!! another spectacular angle! #5524681

Margaret R. Barry level-classic February 21, 2008

Great POV, detail and tones, Sandi! #5524753

Kitty R. Rodehorst-Hanna February 21, 2008

You really LIKE making me (and everyone else) feel dizzy, don't you Sandi!!!!! LOL

And yet another fantastic view of this bridge!!!!! WTG!!!!! ♫ Mom #5525771

Nadine A. Lewis level-classic February 21, 2008

Not wierd...AWESOME POV!!! Also, GREAT focus and conversion, Sandra!!! <>< #5526226

MELODIE C. ROBERTS February 21, 2008

Hey Sandi..
Goody for us
Keep yourself in that weird Mood
These are Awesome
I really like the PoV #5526909

David Phalen February 21, 2008

Count me in as weird too! I really like this POV along with the light and details. Well done!! #5527070

Kitty R. Rodehorst-Hanna February 21, 2008

I know I have already commented but I wanted you to know that it took Tammy just shy of 11 hours to get up after you pushed her out of the way to comment on my picture!!! You have to remember that she isn't as young as she used to be and it takes a lot of strength to get up off the floor or where ever it was you pushed her to!!!! After all she is a grandma!!!!! :-) #5527164

John Connolly February 21, 2008

A stunning POV in my opinion, Sandi! Your composition and DOF are simply superb! #5527235

Bill Wyatt February 21, 2008

Wonderful lines and light! #5528476

Patrick Rouzes February 21, 2008

Incredible pov, lighting, tones,comp & focus once again, little sister!!! Fantastic job again on this series, Sandra!!!

Lisa J. Boulden level-classic February 21, 2008

Cool series, Sandi!
I love the pov here!
Great lines and conversion!
~Lisa #5528751

Reynaldo D. Reyes level-classic February 21, 2008

Wonderful perspective Sandra and I like the look and texture of this cold iron structure. #5528935

Sandra R. Alvey February 21, 2008

Thank you all so very very much for your continued support through this long series! I appreciate each and every wonderful comment you leave! *hugs* #5529163

Nancy (Peaches) Harker February 22, 2008

OH MY, looks scarey girl, sure glad you didn't fall, awsome pov and capture!!! #5530110

Derrald R. Farnsworth-Livingston February 22, 2008

Sandi, digging the black and white streak. I love looking at old photos and this reminds me of the type that people used to see and don't anymore. Great job. #5530811

Sandra R. Alvey February 22, 2008

Thank you so much Peaches and Derrald!! I'm so happy you like it! #5535079

Jim Baines February 24, 2008

Stunning composition, POV and depth of field, Sandra! This is definitely my personal favorite in the series. Extremely well done!

Carolyn J. Connolly February 26, 2008

WOW, Sandi - what an INTERESTING...yet scarey-looking...perspective you captured THIS image from!! Anyway, I really LOVE the textures, lighting, details, tones, lines and angles AND composition here!! I guess you're entering these images into the Elements of Design category? :o) #5558668

Sandra R. Alvey February 26, 2008

Thank you so much Jim and Carolyn!!

Yep, I put them all in EOD, but someone suggested Macro and Details if some of them don't get selected. We'll just have to see what happens with the judges! LOL! #5558729

Carolyn J. Connolly February 26, 2008

Indeed, Sandi - LOL!! ;o) IMO, Catch-All could even be another category to consider for some of your Iron Works images!! :o) #5558970

Sandra R. Alvey February 27, 2008

Oh yeah! I always forget about Catch-All. LOL! Thank you so much for the wonderful suggestion Carolyn!! *hugs*


Laura E. Swan level-classic June 05, 2008

What a cool idea to do something like this! :) Love your series on these! Great gallery Sandi! I miss you on SSS. Where you been? -Laura #6020896

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