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High Voltage Construction
High Voltage Construction
Glen King


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Construction (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 3100
Location: Plano TX
Date: Jun 4, 2005
Aperture: F2.8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/304
Galleries: Cityscape, Photojournalism
Date Uploaded: Jun 7, 2005

They actually moved this high-wire tower from one base to a new one in only 1 day. If you look around the guy in the green vest, you see the old base where it used to be mounted.

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Place: 155 out of 305
Avg (all users): 5.0138
Avg (commenters): 5.2500
Avg (participants): 4.9435
Avg (non-participants): 5.0663
Views since voting: 974
Views during voting: 372
Votes: 290
Comments: 9
Favorites: 0


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06/14/2005 10:10:44 PM
A fascinating image with great interest.
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06/14/2005 09:22:21 AM
Doesn't look too safe.
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06/11/2005 07:56:26 AM
Cool! Nice shot! Looks as if all the cranes took care for the pylon.. the colors could be a little fresher, imo.
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06/09/2005 05:10:08 PM
Nice capture. The sky is nice. Many subjects join into one.
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06/09/2005 12:15:34 AM
very crowded
06/08/2005 06:59:28 PM
The picture feels a little tilted. I think some straightening this picture would help
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06/08/2005 06:47:44 PM
Good Color and Focus...
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06/08/2005 02:32:58 PM
The guys at the bottom of the picture should be completely on the picture i.m.o. which expresses their commitment or maybe just limit the picture to the artwork of lines and cranes (take bottom 1/4 off)?
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06/08/2005 07:20:03 AM
A couple steps backwards would have allowed you to capture the wheels on the cranes touching and the ground and the legs of the people, as well as the top of the cranes...This would have been a better image if you didn't cut off its "feet"
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