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Wood Chipper Photograph - Breaking Things Down by Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography

Breaking Things Down is a photograph by Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography which was uploaded on April 22nd, 2012.

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Great image effects, it almost look like a pastel drawing. Great colors with warm tones. L

The photo is very nice and the texture really makes for an eye opener. Shadows are so abstract and are really necessary and work perfectly.

Appreciate the stop by Roger. This one took quite a few hours to work out. The learning curve was definitely in play here.

Very fine work, Glenn! f/v

Thanks Much Heidi

Wonderful work!!! Great photo and effects!!! v.f

An interesting old piece of equipment. TU Debbie

Very cool old piece of equipment, and I love the post processing effect, Glenn! V

Thank you so much. Processing is so much a part of the creative experience!

Wow!I really love the treatment on this awesome shot! v/f

TU Debbie. It was an interesting contraption that I'm very glad "not" to have to operate.

I love the effects applied to this

Thanks Mike... workin' on it!

Excellent work !

Digital Experimentation! Thanks Sorin.

What a fascinating find ... I was always mesmerized by these kinds of machines as a kid ... trying to look and see just how they worked. It always astonished me how in the world someone ever invented them to begin with. I love your post processing on this ... it really fits the image!!!! GREAT work of art!!! f/v

Always honored when you like my work Lois.

This is really cool Glenn. I love the effect as well. Have a great Sunday

Thanks Don. Working on some new finishes.

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