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You like those don't you? Is there any way the ones in the background could be really blurred?
good shot Eric,like the lines and textures in this one,well done*click*
Another fine shot Eric,again you have captured the curves well,excellent detail.
Great shot. love the composition. Den
I like this Eric. Nicely composed - great curves.
A Real Beauty, Eric.!
Not to mention the curves aswell, Great job they made.
I like the green in it very much. It gave the picture the cream to it.
A strong image, Eric....as is the whole series. I like the closeness of this composition. Good stuff
You've been building up to this |Eric. I recon this is the best so far of these. click.
I love the curves in this shot Eric and the colour is much more intense in the concrete,superb angle for the shot,well done*click*
Great series, lovely tones and curves *click*
Thanks Stef, Andrew, Andy, Den, Rod, Jan, Mike, Chris, Julie and Suey, good to have your comments.
I could have blurred the background more, but I wanted a strong echo of the foreground shape, like the waves they are designed to repel, Stef. I do have shots of singles, which I may upload in the future.
Boy oh boy - you certainly know how to get the best shots out of everday objects, don't you, Eric?! This is excellent.
They get better Eric!
Not only are the curves nice but so is the light and shade. Nice one Eric the best yet.
Thanks very much Jim, Ian and Chris, good to hear from you all.
Brilliant image, brilliant series Eric, well done.
Many thanks Mary, glad you like it.
Another cracker Eric, a quality series. ..........click
Thanks Adrian, good to hear from you.
My fave so far (deja-vu?) However like the first one I'd still like to see it from higher perspective. Not a critisism just wondering if it'd work in a different way.
Angle and perspective work really well on this one Eric.
Very well composed this one Eric! The lower angle helps give a better impression of perspective IMO.
Have you tried this one in B&W? I bet this one would suit some real hifgh contrast treatment. Try fiddlin with the curves thing in Photoshop, thats if you don't already know that! ;D
Thanks David, Kath and Gary, good to have your input.
My vote still goes with the B/W but this has to be a very close 2nd. Great series!
Thanks Mark, glad you like it.
Nice shot Eric. I like the composition.
Many thanks John, good to have your comment.
Another good one Eric, nice series of images,
I love the repetitive almost parallel curves on this one. Lovely composition.
Thanks Nigel and George, great to hear from you both.
strong image, it's warmer than yesterdays image,
I'm slightly distracted with the edge of the breaker in the top left hand corner, but a good series of images
Thanks Kevin, good to hear from you.
Excellent composition Eric - steve
Thanks Steve, glad you like it.
Lovely shapes. Are they really wave breakers or are they sculptures. They would appear to work well as both.
Wrote that before carefully browsing .thms and see that they must be what one could call functional sculptures. I like they different ways you have captured them. Nice work.
Thanks for viewing and commenting, Ken.
No, they aren't intended as sculptures; yes, they are designed to protect the seawall. I like them better than art as they have, in a way, been designed by nature. Their shape is determined as a function of the mathematics of waves. There's something very satifying in that.
Thanks for your answer. By the way have you heard that they now must change the thinking of mathematical wave theory since the exsistence of "monster" waves has been proven through satelite measurements. That is of course not a problem on normal coastal areas.
And I agree that nature is still the greatest designer of all mathematics or not
Interesting information, once again, thanks.
A fine eye for detail as always Eric, excellent work.
Thanks Mike, glad you like it.
Just rounding them uP!!
Lol, cheers Keith.
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