Thursday, October 7, 2010

Creative Challenge 122~ Labor ~

 

Creative Challenge 122

Labor

Precision Engineering and Skilled Labor

Combined Together

 Gives us All

A chance to See

'Above the Crowds'

And

'Into the Clouds'

~

Presenting

Adelaide's Skymasterwheel.

 

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21 comments:

  1. Holy Cow Milli.
    What a shot.
    I want to ride on that thingy.
    Such beautiful colors in your photo.
    It looks like thin wires holding those baskets on.
    I am still saying wow...Great shot.
    Cute saying.

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  2. Aww Sue thanks dear.
    I used to ride those big Wheels often.
    Love the views from up there and the High from being so High up.

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  3. And while riding the big wheel darlin....
    I bet the camera stayed on the ground.......
    Lol....
    impressive shot Milli........

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  4. Actually this year I did not go up and so the camera was on terra firma with me.
    However I have taken skyride photos in the past but lost them when my pc crashed. Another time Dear Peter just for You.
    Thanks.

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  5. Strikingly beautiful Milli. :-) I love the symmetry and well I would love to go up that high, but I know I would be petrified... Have this thing with heights.. But the curiosity makes me want to go.. :-) Great shot and lovely words..

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  6. Live loads, static loads, moving loads and weather combine with radial position to resolve their impact on the centre.
    One minute in tension the next in compression, the struts and ties vie with the radial moment of inertia to resolve the forces.
    With the colourful whole captured in all its glory, one professional personifies the other.
    Very good.

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  7. OH WOW!!! ... I am speechless ... nothing I say will give justice to your entry ... its perfect!!

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  8. Delightful! I love the intensity of the colors.

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  9. this is fabulous Milli, makes me queezy just looking at it (scared of heights lol)
    beautiful colors and angle and so sweet of you to accommodate the American form of "labor" :)

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  10. It started like a sales catalogue of where I used to work and developped into something very spectacular. Great photo.
    http://tabbynera.multiply.com/journal/item/1429/Creative_Challenge_122_Labour

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  11. Wonderful words and photo .... great combination

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  12. You wont get me up there anymore; no mam! You will not!

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  13. Oh wow, what a shot! And I love those colors. Pass the cotton candy, please ;).

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