Urban Decay
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    Busiboy
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    Urban Decay

    by Busiboy » Thu Aug 29, 2013 8:59 pm

    My images today from the same site as the old boiler, C&C welcome.

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    towards the light by Shottonsite, on Flickr

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    Room for stoking by Shottonsite, on Flickr

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    Writing on the wall by Shottonsite, on Flickr

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    Washing up by Shottonsite, on Flickr

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    Lightroom by Shottonsite, on Flickr

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    B&W boiler by Shottonsite, on Flickr
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    Re: Urban Decay

    by Eden » Thu Aug 29, 2013 9:20 pm

    I like them and the ones with the oven more than the predecessors.

    I am so glad they are in "photo essay" :shock:

    there is something about the first and the second one that sucks me in and I keep coming back to it, I don't know why but it is good for me!

    the third borders on being "Rennie Ellis" and I so love that style!

    and as I said the last one kicks the previous ones for six, cool oven ! Hah!

    I reckon they are nice !



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    Re: Urban Decay

    by Plays with Light » Thu Aug 29, 2013 10:29 pm

    As Eden already expressed above, the oven shots are much improved. I especially like that we now get the detail of its internals in "B&W boiler," but you haven't given it all away, you still have the mystery of what's in the shadows there. "Room for stoking" is my fave of this lot, it reminds me of a few basement kitchens I've worked in over the years at some upperclass restaurants and 4 star hotels around Adelaide! "Lightroom" also grabs me for some reason too, I keep coming back for more of it. It's quite obvious the difference that not having a sick child with you makes!
    Feedback and honest, constructive criticism is greatly appreciated.

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