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Old 04-01-11, 09:46 AM
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April 2011 Foo Photo Contest - We have a winner!

The theme for April is Industrial Revolution, chosen by February's winner, Machka.


Theme: Industrial Revolution
Rules: You must be the photographer
One entry per month
Try to make the image a recent one


Good luck everyone!
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Old 04-06-11, 12:28 PM
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remains from the industrial revolution in the 'Ruhr district'

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruhr

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Industrial revolution.... farm-style
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Nothing makes me think industry in America like baseball
we have one of the last real grass and dirt fields in America here
I never knew what a privilege it was to grow up with a dirty white
uniform until I grew up.
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MacFred, I'm loving the aged effects you have been using of late.
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Nothing makes me think industry in America like baseball
I have to say ... baseball has never been the first thing to leap to mind when I think of industry. What's the connection?
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Old 04-11-11, 07:29 AM
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Machka - there IS a correlation between the organization of sports and the industrial revolution - think transportation, leisure time, company sponsorship, worker entertainment, growth of cities due to mechanization...
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I'm getting a data error when I paste the link in my browser to view it.
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I'm getting a data error when I paste the link in my browser to view it.
Looks OK to me. But I'm at home. Does your work block pron?










Kidding!!! I'm kidding!!!
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Looks OK to me. But I'm at home. Does your work block pron?

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It's showing up now. Go figure.
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Originally Posted by apclassic9 View Post
Machka - there IS a correlation between the organization of sports and the industrial revolution - think transportation, leisure time, company sponsorship, worker entertainment, growth of cities due to mechanization...
Interesting. Maybe because I've never been involved in work-related sporting activities, I didn't make the immediate connection between industry and sport ... except for the industry of manufacturing sporting equipment.
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MacFred, I'm loving the aged effects you have been using of late.
Thank you, Allen!
These effects are textures from 'Shadowhouse Creations' by Jerry Jones.

http://shadowhousecreations.blogspot.com/

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Very nice find, Mac. Thank you.
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Here you go, Cyrus.
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Took this today after I dropped the girlfriend off at Xi'an train station. 18mm F/3.5 ISO500 on Nikon D80. Stack of five images post processed in Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3.

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I have to say ... baseball has never been the first thing to leap to mind when I think of industry. What's the connection?
Look at the signs in the outfield, they come from a time when Birmingham had very active steel mills, and the trains were a lot more active. That's part of the correlation. Birmingham is like Pittsburgh. There are few places in the country that have everything you need to make steel in one place. Like you can count them on one hand hand. So that caused lots of growth during the industrial era.

I got to watch michael jordan play baseball very porely and train here for bit. But it doesnt matter, he is michael jordan.
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I live in a rural farming community, so this is it for an industrial revolution.

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