CS #567 - Metallic surfaces

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Hello my friends,

this week I'll try to make it easy.
You'll find the theme in your home or outside. No chance to escape... ;)

Metallic surfaces.
New or old, rusted or clean it's your choice.

(1) Bronze door
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(2) Rusted steel frame of a bicycle
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(3) Chrome of an old Rolls Royce
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Have fun
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As luck would have it...

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took this with my iPhone this morning.

Sorry about the background, I was holding the phone
at arms length over my head to get the lamp atop the fence.
 
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@ NEF Said Yes, it should pump 500+ m3/h (132.000 gallons/h) of ' watery mud', pH 5.5 with the residu part of the ore we solve in acid. We produce Zinc, the metal. Liquid is about 1.400 gram/liter, solids is mostly Fe, Si, Al. Don't know the power of the electric motor driving the pump, but it's big, wrist size electrical cord going in ;)
 
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This image of my Lie-Nielsen Smoothing Plane was taken on my sawhorse this morning. Nikon D2H, AFS Nikkor 17-55mm f2.8 G ED lens

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Bronze is patinated many different ways. This is a fairly traditional treatment. 10 shot stack, Nikon 70-200 with Canon (sorry) 500D closeup lens.
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Just borrowed from the canteen:
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