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Windmills Photograph - More Dust In The Wind  by Max Mullins

More Dust In The Wind is a photograph by Max Mullins which was uploaded on March 23rd, 2009.

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Thank you.......

Congratulation on sale announcement and great.

Cool piece. Congratulations

Congratulations on your sale!

Excellent work!

Max Mullins replied:

Thank You Andry

Sehr schön!

Great image! L/F

Max Mullins replied:

Thank You Marian......

Great photo! I like! The skyscape comes rippling across the landscape with a feeling of the dust bowl, Max! Funny how the negative shapes of the windmills can produce different lines of thoughts about the image. Are they disappearing? Man and the life that was before will not escape the grips of the weather? The negative ghostly shapes ... are they representing what is to come? or has been? but I do see that the wind is coming from the same direction! Great variety added to style & height. Good job! Max.

Max Mullins replied:

Thank you Kathy...:)

Thank you Alberto...

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Hi Max, This grabbed my attention on the page. I love the almost ghostly aspect this has. As if it is a photo in the negative, but yet not. I love the title, it is perfect. My favorite group sings the song, (The Eagles). I was raised in Oklahoma on a farm and these were so familiar to me as a child. it is wonderful. I also especially love how you did that sky! Makes me think of things I have read and photos I have seen of the "Dust Bowl" era. Thanks for sharing this.

I like it. It has an eerie and ominous look to it. Well done.

Fantastic image! A striking, ominous look! Congrats on being featured.

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