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photoblog image Seventh rock from the Sun

Seventh rock from the Sun

Seventh rock from the Sun



comments (4)

  • Ellie
  • cool Britannia
  • 29 Apr 2008, 01:31
You really are going to have to clean your sensor, those dust specks are lining themselves up!

You know it's a clever picture don't you, and you know I like it too. smile
Dave Carrington: They're cosmic Sun-spots that won't align themselves again for thousands of years, Ellie. I just happened to be there at the right time: a Zen moment...smile
  • Bill Phillips
  • Droitwich...looks like rain later
  • 29 Apr 2008, 08:25
I have no idea how you did this and I'm not a big abstract fan, but I like it
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Bill: it's all down to CS2 & adding a lens flare effect to an otherwise routine shot!
  • Ian
  • Newcastle
  • 29 Apr 2008, 14:44
I think this is wonderful. Certainly framable and worth hanging on the wall. I've no idea how you did it though.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Ian. Glad you like it: as to how I did it, see the above!
Nature has been nurtured here ... or to put it another way you have been doing a lot of playing. richard
Dave Carrington: Alas, yes: quite a lot of messing around in CS2. I like 'Nature has been nurtured': that's wonderful!...Oh, yay says I! smile

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