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A shot of a lock arm – number 9 in a row of 13 and on up to 17. Lost in Space is what this was taken for. Taken with my Canon 50D and 17-85mm lens.
number 9, lost in space, negative space, white
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Hi Ulla great to hear from you – the picture isn’t working :o) I know it’ll look good whatever you do it does.
So much negative space, in deed, that the message gets completely lost in the thumbnail. ;)
I hadn’t noticed that looks like there is nothing there at all in the thumbnail :o) I could rotate it and call it only 6 :o)
Thanks ken appreciate the comment and fav.
Thanks Sedge909 :o)
No, no – rotating wouldn’t work either: the (square) thumbnails are a slice from the middle. But I’m always amused when the ‘subject’ of a photo goes missing in the thumb. ;)
Awesome! I love this..
Thanks Andrew – like Marjolein noticed though on the thumbnail you have no idea what it looks like – photo’s a rectangular and thumbnails are square so not eqaul :o) Thanks for the comment and fav. I haven’t done a lot of negative space shots but I do like doing them. My sons habit of waterways is keeping me from my normal haunts :o)