No, it’s not a newspaper but I couldn’t resist a reference to that old joke when I saw this.
This abstract was taken from an abandoned cheesemaker’s truck. It’s useful life as a productive vehicle long over, it’s dilapidated state was fodder for my macro lens.
Being a whale geek I pored over this to find something resembling a whale…what do you know, I found one! The red blob resembles a baleen whale lunge feeding with its lower jaw open wide, throat expanded to pull in hundreds of pounds of fish and krill. Okay, one has to use their imagination to visualize this but if you look closely, a red whale is there!
Northern Wisconsin, USA
September 25, 2009
Canon 50D, Tamron 180mm macro lens, shutter .8 seconds, f/29, ISO100, Manfrotto tripod, Wimberley II tripod head, cable release, junked cheese truck.
Abstract Macro Urban Art 2-19-10
Rusty, Crusty and Falling to Pieces
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