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Ground Zero

19 Feb 2010 at 3:35pm

Here is the scene of what could have been the greatest loss to photography in two decades. Imagine if I dropped the Nikon D3x whilst dying from inhalation of cyanide. What a waste of a great camera! Tony Hewitt might have got the award winning photo, if only I had dropped dead!! Sorry Tone, I’ll make sure the dust is radioactive next time!

This stuff interests me and in the Pilbara there are lots of scenes like this. Industry is amazing to photograph, it is beautiful but deadly!! haha

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  1. Renato says:

    Hi Christian,

    Liking the new look of the blog!…

    Take care

  2. muzz says:

    Awesome new look to the blog – you are definitely an officially flash git now! I like this grungy industrial look partly I think because it illustrates that there are interesting shots much closer to home and makes me want to pull out the camera even if I’m not going anywhere spectacular. Have you tone mapped this one?

    Quite glad that you didn’t pop your clogs with cyanide poisoning but as Brent said, would’ve been kind of fun to see you thrashing about a bit. For an ending with a twist, I vote Merv to play the doctor in the re-enactment đŸ™‚

  3. André says:

    I like the grungy look of the image. As you say, an old industrial site can be very interesting to photograph, as long as you know what’s there đŸ˜‰

    New blog also looks great, well done.

  4. Kay Smoljak says:

    Looking good, Christian!

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