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    Posted: 16 September 2020 at 09:06
Locked down, locked in, desperate for creative interpretation, thus, some simple back lit tools to study line and shape - never done anything like this before but have always enjoyed experimentation with photography. I decided to "construct" some images. ;-)

1 - Saws



2 - Hammer



3 - Wrench


Edited by Roger Rex - 16 September 2020 at 09:11
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Nice concept, Roger, and well executed.

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bms44974 and skm.sa100 - Thanks for commenting.
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Clever idea and execution. Well done Roger

Have you tried an arrangement of the saws where the upper saw is placed a tiny bit more into the frame, too? Approximately double as much as is seen in #1 at the moment.
/Michael

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I find #1 the most interesting and surprising. These are very good. TFS.
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