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I wanted to grab another image at the quarry so I took the round-about route home. I had a specific shot in mind. I parked the car and walked across the street to the entry way with the fisheye lens on my camera. I framed the shot. And failed. It wasn’t working. The shot I thought would be perfect for the fisheye was not even close, so i decided to call it a night. After all, it was very cold, and I could always go back.
As I walked back to my car, I saw this scene. I was parked beneath this conveyor belt that carries gravel across the street from one area of the quarry to the loading area. I went back to my trunk, quickly changed lenses and grabbed the brackets for this shot.
Woh…something spooky about this. Feels like something about of Mad Max, Waterworld or the Book of Eli…something like that.
Purple moodiness – love it!
Such a cool shot! Love how you’re kinda looking up at where the conveyor goes.
What a great image. I kinda want to and kinda don’t want to know where that conveyor belt goes…..
This brings to mind the adage “Always look behind yourself” when out composing shots.
Great perspective, Bob.
Very sweet shot, dude. Very spooky, like what Mike said.
You know, it’d look better if it had some wires cutting through the sky. 🙂