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More sea defences at Happisburgh, Norfolk.
A wonderfully composed and balanced composition Bill captured from what appears to be a rather uncomfortable point of view. "All in the name of photography?"
Quote: A wonderfully composed and balanced composition Bill captured from what appears to be a rather uncomfortable point of view. "All in the name of photography?"
I like Nathan's comment, well said.
This is excellent - a great capture !!
Same to you.
A trick for the eyes. Those bolds look so huge and stand out so well but as barnacles are very small we get a hint of their real size. The stone-riddled sand in the b/g could almost be pasted in. Unusual.
Excellent work Bill.
Excellent detail and colour, Bill, and the orientation is well found. Barnacles and Bill..... well you asked for it!
WOW! Great textures and so pleasing! Well spotted! Good image!
An absolute feast of colours and textures here Bill and a worthy entry to maintain your membership of RAS.
well spotted and taken from a good pov. i like it
Quote: Barnacles and Bill..... well you asked for it!
Thanks, Dave. Served me right . . .
Now that is crusty with a capital C. It seems to be an optical illusion. I think they are protruding from a cement wall with you looking down on them.
(Barnacle Bill came immediately to my mind, too )
Well taken, nice composition.
They do seem to move in and take over!
Those barnacles remind me of a stash of jewels that may have been dumped out of a pirates chest. Well composed image Barnacle Bill........Sandy
WOWWW. Gooorgeous detail and colour, Bill!!! I especially love the confusing perspective too. At first glance, it looks like the wood is on the horizontal. Then you realise what's behind is the beach
Of course I'm a fan of the square crop
Excellent textures Bill on this unusual viewpoint.
Some wonderful textures in this Bill - for a moment I was disoriented, then realized the pov you had shot this from.
Rusty and crusty
" a slow screw against...."
What a lorra barnacles! I thought at first you'd shot this from ground level, and imagined you kneeling on some uncomfortable barnacles, but looking again, I can see it's been shot looking down - very deceptive Some fine rust too, for Mick!
Great image - a most illusory point of view, which really works.
Full of detail, wonderful colours and textures, everything you require in a quality image.
Nice one, Bill.
Great subject matter Bill, and a great union between Nut and Bold.
Love all those shells and barnacles, and of course the rusty bolts, but it's your pov that holds the attention more.
Great close up Bill, I love the angle of attack.
I certainly wouldn't fancy getting them undone, how many gallons of WD40 do you think you'd require.
Barnacle Bill the sailor sprang to mind on seeing this shot, did his nut and bolted lol. great detail and pov like it regards Leon. nice bit of rust
Tremendous detail and textures in this macro Bill, very unusual for you to upload a natural history image.
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