"The Osprey" - A  Golden Steam Powered Flying Gunship by Chris Lord
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This composite is my one and only attempt to emulate the style of the Steampunk genre through photographic means. It was fashioned from images of an Osprey helicopter and a turn of the century steam powered battle cruiser, The Cruiser Olympia, found at Penn Landing on the river in Philadelphia. 03/08/2012 views 172

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Photography has been an obsession since I was 13 years old and went off to Italy clutching my mother’s 1940s roll film camera. I’ve been fooling with computers since I bought an Amiga 1000 back in 1985. My first chunky pixelized images were digitized into that machine using a black and white CCTV camera. At last, with today’s software and hardware I feel that I can create the images I see in my mind’s eye. Visit my website at www.PixielatedPixels.com

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  • JRGarland
    JRGarlandalmost 3 years ago

    This is so friggin kool!! I love it!!

  • That’s a great enthusiastic response and very confidence building. Thanks so much for that John, I’m very grateful.

    – Chris Lord

  • Lissywitch
    Lissywitchalmost 3 years ago

    fantastic work Chris

  • You’re very kind Lissy, and it’s greatly appreciated. Thanks so much. Cheers.

    – Chris Lord

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedalmost 3 years ago

    11-18-11

    CONGRATULATIONS!
    PERMANENT FEATURE GALLERY: MAGIC

  • Once again you have my grateful appreciation, may the magic bounce back and lift you to new levels of happiness Kira, thank you.

    – Chris Lord

  • Carol and Mike Werner
    Carol and Mike...almost 3 years ago

    Cool creation, Chris . . . we’ve tried a little steampunk, too . . .

  • Yes, I especially like your “dragonfly-class aerial machines.” Loads of fun! Thanks so much for stopping by and checking this strange invention out, much appreciated.

    – Chris Lord

  • deborah zaragoza
    deborah zaragozaover 2 years ago


    Excellent Image! 03/08/2012
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  • Greatly appreciated, thanks Deborah.

    – Chris Lord

  • Ian Stevenson
    Ian Stevensonover 2 years ago

  • Super cool and what a surprise! Thanks so much for the honor, I’m very grateful, cheers.

    – Chris Lord

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