What Is This? – III.
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Let's see more of your "mysterious" images! Take a photo of something unusual, or of something usual in an unusual way. Don't submit previously entered images; show us something we haven't seen yet. Present your object sharp and clear (blur is no "mystery", just hard on the eyes)! Then go see what the other Entrants' images show, and type your suggestion in the Comment field below their images. At the end of Voting period, each Entrant should explain their image for what it is, so we'll see who managed to guess correctly. ATTENTION: Please observe all the rules! If your image is DQ'd, all the added comments will go too. So PLEASE DOUBLE-CHECK that everything is correct BEFORE submitting your work!
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This is how the rifling inside the old, rusty cannon mouth looks like after many years of exposure. One day, (and not a day too soon) all the cannon in the World will look like this. ;)
|Submitted:||Sunday, 3rd February, 2013 00:59 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Friday, 20th February, 2009|
|Focal length:||4.6 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/30 sec|
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