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May 22, 2010
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Canon
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Canon EOS 7D
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71/1 second
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F/8.0
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28 mm
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400
Date Taken
May 21, 2010, 12:33:49 PM
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EF28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
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Phoenix Down by Dennis-Calvert Phoenix Down by Dennis-Calvert
I went to Bangor Cave last night with some friends. During the 1930's this place was a night club. In the 50's the federal government purchased it for use as a bomb shelter. Now the cave is covered wall to wall with graffiti and there's not a trace of the dance floor that was once there.

straight out of the camera | circle tool and steel wool
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:iconchambersnake:
I'd like to leave a lengthy paragraph of praise, but right now I'm too busy trying to find my lower jaw. It promptly dropped off upon seeing this. Damn, where is it?!?
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:iconsilvercicada:
That isn't too far north of where I live. How have I never heard about this place? FIELD TRIP!!! I love the illumination on the roof. It looks like liquid fire.
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Silveraxe Oct 19, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Amazing!! Straight out of a sci-fi story!!
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:iconcobra-ss:
I love the apocalyptic feel this has, like a devil has arrived on earth.
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:iconeloravalkyrie:
lol you're a final fantasy guy. phoenix down. :P
i am in complete love with light painting, so when i found your gallery
i was in heaven. haha.
seriously amazing work. its nice to see a photographer with actual talent.
:)
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:iconposts:
Great work!
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:iconmirapakai:
wow ... amazing ... I get the circle affect but wondering about how you use the steel wool ? do you use it on the negative or during the development of the snap ? I am very curious..... Can you shed some light on the process ?
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:icondennis-calvert:
It's caught on fire during and flung about during the exposure.

Here's some info about it
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:iconpasov:
PASOV May 29, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
what do you mean steel wool ?
I mean, did you burn like 10m of wool to get that volcano aspect ?

anyway, very nice !
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