Monday, 25 May 2009

25-05-09: Truck & Bollard

A still frame from a timelapse sequence I was shooting. Fortunately, I set the camera wrong and left it in full res RAW instead of the lower res sRAW, so I have a decent res image to use for something other than the timelapse sequence.
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  1. I'm not sure what a bollard is, but wow. This is great. I love the composition and the colors and the movement and the randomness. Nice job.

  2. Thanks for the comment :)
    Bollard, courtesy of the English to American dictionary:

    bollard: n small concrete or metal post generally used to stop cars from driving into certain places. While used only in a nautical context in the U.S., it is accepted universally in the U.K. When not on boats, Americans call them “pylons,” which to Brits are the giant metal structures used to hold up national grid electricity wires.

    In this case, it's an illuminated plastic one frequently found at junctions, roundabouts, pedestrian crossings and so on