Friday, October 9, 2009

High Tension


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High Tension, originally uploaded by horsoon.

Ready to write a song on the new manuscript?

15 comments:

YTSL said...

All those colours: were they really there or did you paint them in?! :O

napaboaniya said...

Definitely looking more colorful! :)
Hope your weekend will be just as colorful.

Mei Teng said...

My nephew mentioned to me about seeing balls strung up on power lines and today, I am seeing them here on your blog! :)

J Bar said...

So colourful.
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magiceye said...

this is lovely!

firestarter said...

Very nice colour n compo!

Eki Qushay Akhwan said...

i like the geometry of the composition.

uncleawang said...

First time see colorful electric pole,interesting:)
Thanks for droping by.

luna miranda said...

wow, that's a pretty colorful tower! very interesting photo.

Greg Dimitriadis said...

That's the most colourful electricity tower I've ever seen!

chrome3d said...

There wasn´t that many notes on your lines. I know nothing about notes so I couldn´t write anything.

Kcalpesh said...

Wow, nice colors and great shot! I love the way the wires are running down the picture!

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Bengbeng said...

i like the composition too

Mei Teng said...

This is offtopic. I will be helping a friend photograph her wedding (bridal preparation and church ceremony) next month and another friend will be shooting together with me during the church ceremony. If I have to pick just one lens to shoot, should I choose the wide angle (17-70mm) or the telephoto (70-200mm). I am more inclined to go with the wide angle. Would appreciate your advice.

I don't have the luxury of having a second camera body.

Horsoon said...

Hi Mel Teng. Personally I'd also go for the wide lens, as it offers bigger aperture setting, thus you'll get more flexibility in terms of lighting conditions. I'd assume most of the shots will also be indoors, and there'll be many group pics requests, etc, so the wide lens will definitely be used most of the time compared with the tele.

Bring along the tele too, as you may find it useful sometimes, e.g. Bokeh shots outdoor.

I won't call this 'advise', jst my thoughts to share... :). Perhaps I could join u for photo shoot one day ;)