Monday, March 16, 2009

Macro Monday #2: "Sharp"


In case you missed it: Check out my entry in Nicole B's Scavenger Hunt!

"Hands Off"
Greensboro, NC - March 2009 (Click to embiggen)
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13 comments:

Artist Unplugged said...

Some great photos lately posted, I particularly enjoyed the 25 local shots......Great!

SandyCarlson said...

Ooooh. It hurts to look at those things. Whenever I see those boxes at the doctor's office, I think it must be better to be elsewhere--any elsewhere at all. You capture the spirit of the thing so well--of course and as usual!

kathleen dale said...

Man Mojo, do I ever see a lot of these where I work. Working with HIV patients, these are plentiful.

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

Nice macro! These make me skirmish while I wait in the room. lol!

Shadow said...

for the comments i gather these are needles or something???? mmmm, i'm still fearless, since i don't know what they are...

lisaschaos said...

Only you would think of this. :) I like it!

kden said...

Remember when they just used to throw sharps away in the garbage? Oh how things have changed.

TJ said...

I really like your work,
I forgot to finsh my scavenger hunt:(
Next time...TJ

T and S said...

I had missed that 25 local shots, but thanks to your link I got to check it out. That's really cool.

Coming to your last comment on my blog regarding how can someone handhold a 300mm f2.8. There was no wedge in the tree, its just that I held the camera lens combination firmly against the side of the tree trunk and took those images. You are right in pure technically terms it is not handheld.

By the way it is easy to handhold the 300 f2.8, its just about 5 kgs or so.

Kay said...

"Peligro" is a great word,,, I am going to write it on my white board at work (in red) and see if anyone notices.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Great Shot! I've seen this at my doctor's office. Scary thing! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Kath said...

I love the colours in this shot ...

Me and my puppies said...

Ok, I'm not touching this one!