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A Detail of a Milling Tool

August FlairPhotography - Scott Engering

Date added: Fri 24 Aug 2012

August FlairPhotography - Scott Engering: A Detail of a Milling Tool Zoom

For some very strange reason that I can't yet fathom out, despite contacting the Editor about this, whenever I have tried to upload a simple photograph of a road milling tool, this photograph of the Roman aqueduct in Segovia is uploaded instead. I've tried 4 times. As much as I love this place, I would like to update my entry into this open competition and show something new.

A description of the photograph that I want to be seen is as follows:

This is just one of several hundred photographs that I took, in support of my first article  published in New Zealand - for the Quarrying & Mining Journal.

So I am told, this tool can take 1.5 mm of the top surface of an old road and restore its skid resistance properties - all guided by GPS and laser technology.

The Hillhead 2012 international trade fair for the quarrying, road construction, demolition and recycling industies has opened up many avenues for me, both as a writer and photographer, and this is my favourite image from the event.

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