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Yep… it’s actually called ‘The Vomatron’ and people pay money to be flung around on this gigantic spinning arm. Captured tonight at the ‘Amusement Park’ (what do they call such places these days?) in Surfers Paradise, on a fun little expedition with members of the Gold Coast RedBubble group.

Location: Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, QLD.
Date: 13th June 2009

[Creative Effects: None except slight crop and 90 degree rotation CCW]

Image details:

Camera: Canon EOS400D (Lens: EF-S18-55mm)
Shutter Speed: 30 secs
Aperture Value: f 22.0
ISO Speed: 100

Tags

colour, gold coast, surfers paradise, amusement ride, vomatron, colour wheel

Comments

  • GittiArt
    GittiArtabout 5 years ago

    Great work …love it a lot !!! Bravo Keiran !!!

  • Thank-you so much Brigitte :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • funkybunch
    funkybunchabout 5 years ago

    excellent capture

  • Thank-you Mark, I really appreciate your feedback :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • blueeyesjus
    blueeyesjusabout 5 years ago

    When i first saw this in the preview panel I thought it was a roulette table lol. Great capture my friend, I love a good time lapse. The worrying things about these rides is if you don’t puke someone else might and you cop it, not really fair is it lol. And it’s good to see bubblers out there doing the group outing thing

  • HA! Indeed. Yeah, it is fantastic to be meeting other Bubblers and learning from their wonderful knowledge of photography. Thanks Jus!

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Rachel Davison
    Rachel Davisonabout 5 years ago

    Beautiful image Keiran – so smooth and clean!

  • Thank-you so much Rachel. I enjoyed capturing this image :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariabout 5 years ago

    Wonderful work Keiran! It is amazing how it makes the image come more alive, when you have been there while all the photos were being taken, aye?! :))

  • So true. I have also been fascinated to see what other photographers captured from the very same viewpoint. Thanks so much Vicki :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • D Byrne
    D Byrneabout 5 years ago

    Like the angle you have used here, It is interesting to see other’s takes of the same subject.

  • Ha, yes – I was just thinking that too! We have all produced very different takes from the same subject and viewpoint.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariabout 5 years ago

    I had another thought! I am glad it wasn’t really at this angle!! Or we would be toast!!!

  • Heheh, so very true.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • mydogmax
    mydogmaxabout 5 years ago

    OMG Keiran did you tip your tripod upside down? This is DEFINITELY the best angle! Well done

  • Ha ha, thank-you Diana (but I like your take on this subject better!). Nah, the tripod was up the ‘normal’ way – I just rotated this image in Photoshop, as I liked the angle.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaabout 5 years ago

    stunning,

  • Thanks Scott, I appreciate your wonderful feedback.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • blamo
    blamoabout 5 years ago

    Very cool composition

  • Thank-you blamo. I am glad that you like it :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

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