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  • Wow, found these shots

    This guy should submit these!
    http://www.deviantart.com/view/4114369/
    http://www.deviantart.com/view/4089301/
    http://www.deviantart.com/view/4065094/
    http://www.deviantart.com/view/3687063/

  • #2
    The first two would obviously be rejected, the last two look good though.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by GrantT
      The first two would obviously be rejected, the last two look good though.
      Agreed, I think that second shot was taken in Detroit near that fountain thing. Cool effect, but not what I really want to see on jetphotos.net.

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      • #4
        The second one belongs in that mystery "artistic" category. It is cool, but I agree with Emu, doesn't go here.

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        • #5
          I took a photo in that spot (no. 2 photo). There is a wierd fountain at the first gate - the water somehow flows over the edge, then under the fountain but does not wet the floor when it flows over the rounded edge of the fountain!! Lots of people stop and stare at it. You are looking at the 747 nose & reflection on the surface of the water.

          and those windows - you cant see it from that distance and it looks clear but when you get up to it there are the little dots all over the glass. I photographed a 747 nose just like that one but it also was rejected oh well...so much for my 1st (and probably only) time in DTW....

          bruce
          View my photos at JP.Net
          Home Airport: Jackson - Evers Int'l (JAN) - Jackson, MS
          Camera: Canon 50D, 100-400L/17-85 lenses

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          • #6
            I just could not figure out why the water does not fall to the floor when it rolls over the edge!!!!!!!! that is the wierdest thing i have seen. Definitely an artwork in itself and a nice touch for the terminal.

            bruce
            View my photos at JP.Net
            Home Airport: Jackson - Evers Int'l (JAN) - Jackson, MS
            Camera: Canon 50D, 100-400L/17-85 lenses

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            • #7
              that second shot is sensational!


              next trips
              USA/DXB August.

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              • #8
                It is my new backdrop

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                • #9
                  Bruce,

                  I've not seen the exact fountain you describe, but I think I know the type you are talking about. There is one in the Crown Casino here in Melbourne. What you are witnessing with the water staying attached to the wall is a perfect example of laminar flow.

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