CS #480 - Small details

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this week we are looking for small details, it could be patterns on an object, the fine details of a macro image. i leave it to your imagination as to how you define the topic

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day 11 - 150mm patterns by les_au, on Flickr


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feb15-2 by les_au, on Flickr
 
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Nice theme Les. Thanks for hosting this week. I really like your examples and I'm looking forward to seeing how folks interpret this.
 
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It has been a long day during which I've managed only single shutter actuation. This is a close-up of
the tablecloth on my kitchen table.

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It has been a long day during which I've managed only single shutter actuation. This is a close-up of
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Nice closeup Bob. Great pattern.
 
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I took this photo after replacing one of these (Shear Pin) on my snowblower today. I was more pleased with the replacement process than the photo. The shear pin is about 2cm long.
The dust is on the surface I used not on my sensor.

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It has been a long day during which I've managed only single shutter actuation. This is a close-up of
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great start bob thanks
 
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I took this photo after replacing one of these (Shear Pin) on my snowblower today. I was more pleased with the replacement process than the photo. The shear pin is about 2cm long.
The dust is on the surface I used not on my sensor.

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thanks, like it a lot
 
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Thanks for hosting, Les!

Detail of layered steel (180 layers, modern attempt at recreating Damascus steel).

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It has been a long day during which I've managed only single shutter actuation. This is a close-up of
the tablecloth on my kitchen table.

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N it for you​
Ahhh, very nice. Let me come over with my coffee and put some stains on it for you
 
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Thanks for hosting, Les!

Detail of layered steel (180 layers, modern attempt at recreating Damascus steel).

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Wow Gordo, great shot. Please give us the details on how you got this.
 
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I took this photo after replacing one of these (Shear Pin) on my snowblower today. I was more pleased with the replacement process than the photo. The shear pin is about 2cm long.
The dust is on the surface I used not on my sensor.

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Great details Dave. Even the little specs of dust are as clear as can be.
 
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this week we are looking for small details, it could be patterns on an object, the fine details of a macro image. i leave it to your imagination as to how you define the topic

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day 11 - 150mm patterns by les_au, on Flickr


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feb15-2 by les_au, on Flickr
Nice shots and interesting theme. Will be fun to see what people come up with. The only macro lens I have is on my Fuji X100s, which isn't much of a macro lens. Not sure what I can shoot on this one...
 
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It has been a long day during which I've managed only single shutter actuation. This is a close-up of
the tablecloth on my kitchen table.

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Nelly done Bob!
 
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I took this photo after replacing one of these (Shear Pin) on my snowblower today. I was more pleased with the replacement process than the photo. The shear pin is about 2cm long.
The dust is on the surface I used not on my sensor.

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I hope the replacement was in the middle of clearing snow!
 
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