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From Hayti,MO.

Nikon D90, Nikor 55-300 mm lens @300 mm,f-5.6,1/2500 sec,iso=2000,circular polarizing filter.

Seamless Tile from Coral PaintShop Pro x2 was used.

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barbed wire, horse hair, bee, thomas eggert

A Truck Driver with a camera…

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  • Carl Olsen
    Carl Olsenover 2 years ago

  • barnsis
    barnsisover 2 years ago

    It took me a minute to see what you had done. I like this very much, great idea Thomas and very well done.

  • Thank you Byron for your thoughts…..T :)

    – Thomas Eggert

  • DeeZ (D L Honeycutt)
    DeeZ (D L Hone...over 2 years ago

    Nice shot T, love the PoV!

  • Thank you very much D….T :o)

    – Thomas Eggert

  • Kris Montgomery
    Kris Montgomeryover 2 years ago

    Excellent shot T … love the pov and use of dof. Very interesting effect to tile it like that

  • Thank you Kris and the fav….

    – Thomas Eggert

  • puffin
    puffinover 2 years ago

    very different,,,, great job…

  • Thank you for stopping in…..

    – Thomas Eggert

  • kristijohnson
    kristijohnsonover 2 years ago

    Very cool effects Thomas! I always love your creativity! This is super cool!

  • The horses left some hair on the barbs which I thought was neat then I saw the wasp their too…..Thank you for thoughts and fav….

    – Thomas Eggert

  • mom23girls
    mom23girlsover 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture!

  • Thank you very much…..

    – Thomas Eggert

  • Debbie Robbins
    Debbie Robbinsover 2 years ago

    SUPERB work T…. great capture.. love the pov and comp here!!!! :))))

  • Thank you Debbie…..:o)

    – Thomas Eggert

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...over 2 years ago

    Well seen! The small details of such everyday objects can be fascinating, as you’ve shown here.

  • Thank you Celeste…..am looking forward to getting a macro lens to work with this next year,but need to do more research on to which one…..

    – Thomas Eggert

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...over 2 years ago

    Have fun with your research, but beware that macro can become extremely addictive. :)

  • Better that than some addictions that I could have….:o)

    – Thomas Eggert

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