April 2020 - Engineering
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Another set of great pictures. Then on the next page, our "virtual meeting".

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Carina and her assessor Marthe chose the same picture - Victorian engineering, featuring brass and copper. Marthe said she loved the close-up view, the sharpness of the image and all the steam!
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This picture from Ruth was also loved by both photographer and assessor - a brilliant picture. It is a foghorn. accessible only by boat and that not easily. Joe liked the colours and shapes and said there was just the right amount of rot and rust!

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Neil's own choice was an architectural model for a shopping mall which he thinks has interesting shapes and light. It initiates a conversation or engagement between itself and the viewer because the viewer has to ask what the picture depicts.
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Alister chose this picture of Neil's, which he calls "A thingamajig machine". Alister said it reminded him of his own engineering apprenticeship with lots of components. The picture was clear and sharp.

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Sandra chose "Bone Shaker" from her own pictures. Taken at Bamburgh Castle, this is a French invention, and looks good against the white wall.
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Neil chose this shot called "Walnut". He said that it was a nice civil engineering shot with lots of detail and interesting angles. The dome at the bottom right provides a nice contrast both in age and surface between the old and the new.

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Sonia chose her own picture of cranes in Edinburgh. The picture has plenty of space with an interesting sky as background and framed by foliage in the foreground. The cranes are nicely distributed across the picture.
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Marjorie chose this picture taken in the Museum during an earlier outing of colourful insulators with an Edinburgh background, including St Giles, which is almost black and white.

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Sue chose her own picture of a Press which had a face reflected in the metal - humanity amongst the metallic.
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Gillian chose this picture of scaffolding in Stockholm because she liked the shapes. She found it colouful, unusual and definitely on the topic of Engineering.

             

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