V7

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Goodyear, HDR


When I walked into this room in Phoenix Trotting Park, I called dibs. My only regret is that I didn’t stick my head inside… not sure what this is or where it goes, but the curiosity lingers.

Inside Phoenix Trotting Park

Be sure to stay tuned – one last image (for this week anyway) still to come! Also, don’t miss Jason’s pics from Trotting Park too!

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 4, Topaz Adjust


{ 28 comments… read them below or add one }

Jimi Jones

Agh, love this shot! Great job, Kristi.
That unit in the foreground may be part of a building cooling system. I can see a hint of some louvers in the lower part of the opening.

Nicely done!
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Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Great find, nice processing
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David LaSpina

Very well done. Looking forward to the rest!
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Jonas

cool shot!

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Rob

Awesome precessing, this duct just pops right out.
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Chris Nitz

Great processing and comp. I’m really digging the green paint on the middle portion of the wall.
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Curt Fleenor

Sweet processing Kristi and great perspective! I’m not sure that I would have stuck my head in that duct work either!
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A.Barlow

Ah that’s cool! That box on the left looks like it has a room inside almost, but then again it looks to small. Odd. Love it.
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Outography

Nice shot! I would not want to go there alone. 🙂
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Brian

Brave move but a great photo effect for the effort. Well worth the risk 🙂
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Chris Frailey

Nice leading lines and great job with the processing.
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Mike Olbinski

So jealous of you guys 🙂
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Dave DiCello

Some awesome gritty details here Kristi!
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Jim Nix

yeah that just screams HDR don’t it? well done Kristi, great processing and comp!

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Mike Criswell

This is just perfect! the processing is awesome, great job, I like the dibs part
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Chrisdmrf

Love the processing
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Steve Beal

Sweet find, really nice composition! Gotta call dibs! 🙂
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Toad Hollow Photography

My favorite of yours from this series Kristi! Wow, my friend, there is just so very much detail and texture to take in! GREAT composition and processing to really bring the scene alive, I think this is absolutely fabulous!
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Mark Garbowski

My favorite as well from the series so far.
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Jim Denham

Like this shot a lot! Good depth, color and well processed!
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James Howe

Very cool shot, I like what the HDR processing does to the look of the sheet metal, really brings out the character.
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Jan Winther

What a killer shot!!! Perfect composition.
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Scott Frederick

You know I love this!!! 🙂
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Chris DeAngelis

Superb shot! Really love all the grungy textures!
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Tom Baker

Dang Kristi – what a shot!
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Michael Tuuk

Very cool — sometimes the most mundane things make the best pictures.
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Toad Hollow Photography

WOW Kristi! Not quite sure how I missed this earlier this week, thanks for pointing it out! What a GREAT shot! I love the details, but I also really love the mystery that surrounds the bits and pieces we can’t quite see!!!
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Jim Denham

Awesome image Kristi! I like leaving some things unknown. It allows both the photographer and the viewer to build their own story! Great stuff!

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