Big, Round, Spinner...

© Christine Lobsinger

Big, Round, Spinner...

Sherry McClead February 19, 2009

The light and the lines on this is just wonderful Christine... wonderful.

Sherrybear #1086167

Christine Lobsinger level-classic February 19, 2009

Thank you Sherrybear.
Just trying to find some images to upload here that show D R U's monthly theme, Abstracts...
Thank you, I appreciate your kind comment...
Have a great day!
Chris
SMILING #7182713

Adam CD Caron February 19, 2009

Very nice. love all the lines. color and clarity is great 2 #7182827

Dennis L. Holly February 19, 2009

Great capture, Christine. #7183043

Christine Lobsinger level-classic February 19, 2009

Thanxs Adam and Dennis...
Christine
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February 19, 2009

Christine,

Wonderfully light and airy--with a great composition. Nice work.

-Steve #7184749

Christine Lobsinger level-classic February 19, 2009

Hi Stephen... thank you so much...
If you have time check out the two other pov's of the skywheel in my gallery...
SMILING CHRIS #7185273

Marisol Pastor February 20, 2009

Fantastic pov Christine! #7187324

Christine Lobsinger level-classic February 20, 2009

Thanxs so much Marisol...
SMILING WITH YOU
CHRISTINE #7188354

Tori A. Gonzalez March 01, 2009

Amazing image! I love the POV, lines, lighting, all of it :) Great job! #7230298

Anthony L. Mancuso March 01, 2009

Another awesome shot of this spectacular amusement ride Crhistine...I love the details you give about its history and manufactures too..great job! :-) #7230710

Christine Lobsinger level-classic March 02, 2009

Hi Tori, thank you very much for saying so and popping in.

Anthony, thank you too... I appreciate it.

Christine
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Description

The Niagara Skywheel is Canada's largest observation wheel. At 175 feet tall (53 metres), the Niagara Skywheel was designed by Ronald Bussink Professional Rides of Switzerland and manufactured by Chance Rides in Wichita, Kansas. The axle, spokes and rings were manufactured in Germany and Chance Rides supplied the tower legs. To me, a very interesting design...
(F 5.6 @ 1/60 sec., 400 ISO, CWA Metering, 35 mm lens).

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/60 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 400, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 35.00 mm, Model: PENTAX *ist D

Uploaded on February 02, 2009


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