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Field Load Photograph -  12 Gauge Shotgun Shell by Bob Orsillo

12 Gauge Shotgun Shell is a photograph by Bob Orsillo which was uploaded on April 9th, 2013.

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As close as I want to be to a shotgun shell...great textures in this macro. fav

"Turning and turning in the widening gyre...The Falcon cannot hear the falconer...Things fall apart....The center cannot hold...Mere anarchy is loosened upon the world." William. Butler Yeats, The Second Coming

very beautiful gritty piece great study you are so creative fv

Beautiful capture of this brass slug, great macro for sure. Timely image!! F/V

Great tones and luminescence! f/v

may be just birdshot but it's got a big kick!!!!

Lovely photo, v :)

Great macro!


Ok I am guessing that is a bullet right? ..I love your very technical and law of physics explanations ..I do not anything at all about shell cases what is that riffle used for..hunting duck? nahhh..that would probably make way too much noise..and scare them all..was that a historical wapon ? I love the different collor of the brass and the hit markes from the middle of the shot cup..I guess it was fired a few times! I guess I just git my answer to my question..I noticed the duck engraved into the shell case! Ducks have a short term memory and still comeback after earing the loud power of the riffle! ;-p Fav. Voted!

Fantastic Macro shot! No pun the texture and golden tones! WfnA v/f !

Very cool macro! VF

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