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Holy Rusted Metal Batman

Posted by
Mooie (Vancouver, Canada) on 3 April 2013 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Hipstamatic 262 1/1200 second F/2.4 ISO 50 5 mm

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Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Very cool textures and colors.

3 Apr 2013 5:25am

@Steve Rice: Thanks!

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Love the way this rusty steel and your eye gives us this superb abastract

3 Apr 2013 6:48am

@Doug: Thank you :-)

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Rust never sleeps!

3 Apr 2013 8:45am

@Stephen: It doesn't even stop for lunch

Devi from Chennai, India

Not only a Batman but other guys too are here !!!Nice find !!

3 Apr 2013 11:38am

@Devi: Yes, batman and friends :-)

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

I don't think that this car will pass its next MoT!

3 Apr 2013 11:55am

@CElliottUK: Yes, not likely at all. Seeing as this is all that is left of the car

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

(OOps, MoT - Ministry of Transport test. All UK cars over 3 years old have to have one every year to check for safety issues, particularly rust on the frame....)

3 Apr 2013 11:57am

tataray from france, France

Textures et couleurs merveilleuses. Bravo)

3 Apr 2013 12:13pm

@tataray: Merci beaucoup!

Abena from Illinois, United States

Gee, that is beautiful, you've got a real good eye to notice that ! The color, the rustiness of it and those jagged edges on the holes. Really cool! I love the textures and the abstract itself is awesome!

3 Apr 2013 2:22pm

@Abena: Thanks a lot! Though I must admit I did take a few shots that did not make the cut.

Adela Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Beautiful textures! Nice abstract shot! Best regards, Adela

3 Apr 2013 4:27pm

@Adela Fonts: Thanks a lot!

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

I like the warm tones and the wonderful textures.

3 Apr 2013 6:50pm

@Ruthiebear: Thank you :-)

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Reminds me of a McCain pizza nightmare, but very cool rusta rasta !

4 Apr 2013 3:20pm

@Rick: Haha... one that you actually had, or an imagined one? :-)

Rick from Toronto, Canada

'Twas a store bought on sale item, purchased in a moment of immediate hunger coupled with laziness, and it absolutely ssssucked. The cardboard box tasted more like a pizza, so I ate that instead. Actually, the worst pizza I ever had was in Saskatoon. We played a gig to a half-empty place, went back to the motel, ordered this monstrosity that looked to have the whitest-brightest silicone caulking all over it when it was "unveiled" with a lift of the soggy tomato and grease besmirched box lid. I had one slice and called it a night. Rock and roll.

5 Apr 2013 3:20pm

@Rick: That has to be the best pizza story ever told! I'm sorry you had to go through that... I have had bad, greasy pizza, but that takes the cake. However, I've had a slice (several slices, actually) of pie that would make up for both of those pizza mishaps.... little place on Hastings that did up a special treat for me and my band mates... vegetarian with double meat! At 3am... it was the best thing ever.

Basile Pesso from Between, Spain

Very nice, and stunning text of Rick.

5 Apr 2013 6:37pm

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Hey, I had some amazing big slices from a place in that part of Van... can't recall the name but locals told us that was the best slice for the money, and I was living on those slices for a while during our two weeks in town. I wouldn't be surprised if it was the same place !

6 Apr 2013 8:06pm

@Rick: Wow! Really is a small world isn't it?

Hipstamatic 262
1/1200 second
ISO 50
5 mm