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Gotta disagree about there being no subject; the wheel on the left is the primary subject for me, nicely framed by the building on the left and the rear, dark bush on the right.
Thank you, Mike. "No subject" because I couldn't think of a title for the thread. Now I'm asking myself, "Why the high ISO and shutter speed?" Probably because I had just taken a photo of the dark interior of the adjacent barn/storage shed and forgot to change back to ISO 100 -- a frequent stupidity on my part.
 
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Now I'm asking myself, "Why the high ISO and shutter speed?" Probably because I had just taken a photo of the dark interior of the adjacent barn/storage shed and forgot to change back to ISO 100 -- a frequent stupidity on my part
Hmm, I thought I was the only one who used those very creative settings. :D
Like it a lot—shows how camouflage works—I was so fixated on the wheel on the left that I didn't notice the one on the right for quite some time. Nicely done.
 
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Now I'm asking myself, "Why the high ISO and shutter speed?" Probably because I had just taken a photo of the dark interior of the adjacent barn/storage shed and forgot to change back to ISO 100 -- a frequent stupidity on my part.
That's one of the reasons I really like using Auto ISO. I leave the camera set at the base ISO. Higher ISO values are used only when automatically determined by the camera and then the camera automatically returns to the base ISO until higher ISO values are again needed. I never have to remember to reset the ISO.
 
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An interesting image in b&w.
Great processing.
The wheel makes it as subject for me as well.
So for a title, I'd go with Ghostwheel (*)

(*) copyright Roger Zelazny :)
 

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