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Tank Tread
Lens: DA 21mm Ltd Camera: K-01 Photo Location: Fort Eustis ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/45s Aperture: F3.2 
Posted By: tim.anderson, 10-10-2014, 05:05 PM

Just recently took a trip up to the Fort Eustis Army Transportation Museum, although I have lived just 20 miles away for 4 years now. I should have gone earlier, and now need to go back becuase I wasn't able to see everything in one visit. They have an example of just about everything ever used to move troops or supplies sitting there on display. Here is a shot of some tank treads from a tank loaded up on a flatbread. I really liked how this perspective and framing turned out.

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10-10-2014, 06:27 PM   #2
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Very nice! I've ben intending to go to Fort Eustis myself. If you like armor and militaria, take a drive down to Danville, VA and check out the Armor Museum, the have some great and rare vehicles and memorabilia.
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Great subject, and you're really showing what the DA21 can do wide open--I must admit I'm usually stuck on f8 out of habit, but this photo will be a good reminder to think things out a bit more.
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Marvelous composition - I dig the selective focus. The shot really emphasizes the mass of the vehicle.

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Great photo. Instantly recognizable subject. Monochrome was an excellent choice.
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Like the viewpoint on this a lot, well seen and taken.
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looks powerful!
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Thanks for the nice words everyone. I was really glad with how this shot turned out. I had minimum equipment with me so I was really happy to get the shot I envisioned with this one.

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A tank on a flatbread? That must be a crunchy lunch.
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