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A composite of 5 separate images, all taken in daylight, experimental change to sunset shot. I would be interested in any feedback, good or bad.
These old decaying wrecks make great subjects and you have captured the remains of this craft in a fine composition, Peter.
The toning and presentation are so in keeping with the nature of the subject.
There is much to like about this image, however I do feel the ship at sea looks to my eye somewhat unnatural - almost 'plonked' into the scene. Perhaps you could try it without this addition.
I agree, and it was, .Quote: 'plonked' into the scene
I just felt it needed something to finish it off, but I'm probably wrong. thanks for the comments, much appreciated
Like this Peter, the colouring is great.
Thanks Myra, but I tell you, it was one hell of a job, carting that wreck, all the way from Skippool down to devon, for the sake of a picture.
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