The Good, Bad, and the Ugly.

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Comments (15)

Harry Taggart on September 10, 2008

I,m sure this was taken at full power, but there,s no wee purple halo anywhere Fain??

lurdesa_ on September 28, 2008

this is the fhoto insolit is four fotograf profesionel. sky fantastic coolor maravellos¡¡¡ this haus ,prespectiva good¡¡¡.scally¡¡ From Catalunya lourdesa08.

Harry Taggart on September 28, 2008

You are far too kind Loudesa. I say the building ground is ugly. the new houses are good, but that ship is a navy destroyer, very powerful very bad. regards from Glasgow Scally.

Margrit Berger on March 11, 2009

I like the title, Scally! :)) This photo makes my imagination roaming about. Interesting building site and atmosphere! I like how it's composed with the excavaters digging in the wounded earth on the first level, on the second the cranes on the ship and on land like giants or giant gallows and in the office buildings and housings the human beings, slaves and master of those huge machines. The overcast sky adding to the scene an atmosphere of sinister doom!

:)) No, no, I am a rather positive woman, so I prefer the more bright view, which tells me about the ingenuity of human beings, how they transform the bare ground to comfortable settlements for a world in the future. We (the human beings) have the choice between the warm housing and the destruction, represented here by the destroyer, in our near future. May we choose life for us and the next generations!

Scally, thank you for the photo, which has given me the momentum for reflections! That's what in my opinion makes a good photo!

Best wishes, May

Harry Taggart on March 11, 2009

The UGLY is mess, as you say May, tearing at the Earth by the Monsters, The GOOD is the Bright flats that now sparkle where once there was only industrial grime. The BAD is that Aegis Destroyer armed with the latest powerful weapons. that are so effective they can hit a baseball sized object, travelling at the speed of sound, at a distance of 15 Kilometres. They have just completed at least 6 of them at an Astronomical cost. When you give these toys to the Forces they usually find some excuse to play with them, Switzerland is OK May foreby being Neutral it is well away from the Sea,LOL cheers scally.

Stuart Cameron on April 6, 2009

The vessel on the slip is the future HMS Defender with the bow of the final Type 45 HMS Duncan beside

Harry Taggart on April 7, 2009

Did not know that the Duncan was the last. Stuart. It looks like there will be a gap for the sheet metal men, if they don,t o.k. these Carriers soon? :-( scally.

-NeveN- on March 15, 2010

nice shot and god title ;-)

greetings,

NeveN

Harry Taggart on March 16, 2010

Hi Neven, thank you for the visit and very nice comment. best regards scally.

rajjew on September 19, 2011

nice sharpness

Harry Taggart on September 19, 2011

Thanks rajjew,

hlegallais on January 11, 2013

Many works in that shot, nice sky and too much to do!!!like et bonne année dear Scally, Hervé

Harry Taggart on January 12, 2013

Thank you for your very Kind Wishes, and nice Comments Herve. Best regards to France cheers scally.

Ivan Logvinov on May 1, 2013

Marvelous view of a town!
Like!
Big hello from Russia!
Ivan.

Harry Taggart on May 2, 2013

Many thanks for your marvellous comment Ivan, Best regards to Russia. Cheers scally.

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Harry Taggart
Glasgow City, United Kingdom

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  • Uploaded on September 10, 2008
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    by Harry Taggart
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix S5800 S800
    • Taken on 2008/10/09 01:38:26
    • Exposure: 0.002s
    • Focal Length: 11.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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