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Train Photograph - What Lies Beneath by Wendy J St Christopher

What Lies Beneath is a photograph by Wendy J St Christopher which was uploaded on August 24th, 2011.

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Difficult to say more than others have said about this beautiful image. Perfect

Nice combination of so many different textures, colours and surfaces. The shininess of the wheel tyre making a great contrast to the other elements. Lots of colour and interest! v

Thanks for the great, detailed comment, Martin. I appreciate that!

Featured in the Photographic Excellence group. I'm honored, Robert -- thank you!

Love the difference you captured in this image!!! Stunningly beautiful!!! V/F

Thank you for the wonderful comment, Steven. It's easy to be inspired by such a great subject! :-)

Great shot and incredible digital enhancements, Wendy... the polished wheel and overall detail is amazing - titled to perfection! Definitely a f/v from me :)

Thanks very much, Donna. It was the shine on that wheel that caught my eye . . . and the fact that I could fit my head under there. ;-)

A very interesting subject, where the amazing polishing of the wheel in a dirty environment is displayed in a highly emphasized manner.

Thanks, Gregory -- polished and sterile, if the heat coming off this thing was any indication.

Very striking design.

Another 'Thank you!', kind sir. :-)

The color and depth of this is really beautiful! So many times, I think that the camera just doesn't capture how I think the image will look and especially how the light (and color) will look. Your photos and enhancements are awe inspiring!

Thanks so much, Diana! After years of 'straight' photography, I remember how excited I was to discover awesome, digital 'nudges' for my images. Digital enhancements are virtually limitless -- if you can imagine it, you can do it -- without the toxic, expensive environment of the traditional darkroom. I'm all for using any technique that helps me tell visual stories exactly the way I want to! :-)

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