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Last year I came upon this beach in Norfolk deserted except for two fishermen side by side.
A great shot, well done!
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Brian this is great. Terrific colours. Does anybody ever catch anything or is it an excercise in being alone??
A lovely shot. Good composition and the colouring is brilliant *click*
P.S I liked the car park too!
Thanks all for taking a look and for your comments, appreciated as always.
Ella - I can't say I've seen much being caught. It's years since I've been fishing (strictly freshwater) but I always found it a great way to be alone with your thoughts if nothing else. Thanks for the comment on "Out" which was deleted - it may be back sometime.
Suey - I can't seem to get "Out" quite right, I liked my first version (posted last night) but the writing was quite faded, having since made the writing move readable when I see the posted image the colours seem wrong. I'll leave it for a day or so and have a fresh look - it may be back sometime.
Simple but very good shot I find. I still prefer cheeky chappie that I am so jealous you saw him first!
Thanks for taking a look, Stef, and for your comments, appreciated.
Could be a great advert shot with caption to go on top sea area. Like it lots. Click
By the look of the rods their fairly serious fishermen, this looks like North Norfolk then they are probabily Mackerel fishing. In Fact the one on the left could be my mate Frank! (its a small world!).
lovely simple pleasing image.
Thanks, Sam & Chris, for viewing and for your comments which are always appreciated.
Chris - You are right, North Norfolk and if my memory serves correct (it was June last year) near Clay next the Sea.
Perfect composition, Brian. I like the texture in the sand, and the colour of the sea is just wonderful.
Beautiful composition Brian,lovely colours and textures and lovely and sharp,perfectly balanced.
Thanks, Jim & Mark, viewing and comments appreciated as always.
Jim - not so much sand as shingle, a whole massive bank of the stuff for a far as the eye can see.
Your personal information Brian certainly sums things up. So many "good images" to see. I like the symmetry and color in this shot. John
Thanks for taking a look, John, and for your comments, much appreciated.
Aha, well spotted Brian, what a cracking shot it makes, well done.
Thanks for taking a look, Richard, and for the kind comment, appreciated.
Very simple and very effective shot Brian, great colours and composition.
Thanks for taking a look, Mary, and for your comments, appreciated as always.
Lovely balance and proportions in this √
Thanks Mark, viewing and comments appreciated as always.
A simple but so very effective composition.
Thanks Louise, viewing and comment appreciated.
Nice image Brian amd great colours too ☼☼☼☼☼
I like the simplicity and vastness of this image Brian. Nice one.
Thanks for taking a look, Rob & Neal, and for the comments, appreciated.
great comp, makes one smile and wonder, brothers? Twins? Lovers ...of fishing, well they don't usualy dress like tat (fishermen!)??? Nice imagerie, click (*:*)
Thanks for taking a look Magda and for the comments, appreciated. Apart from these two the beach was fairly deserted which now brings to mind a question, tackle boxs, bait boxs, seats ???
I wish I could think of something more imaginative to say than 'simple but very effective'! but there you go.
Thanks for the viewing and comment Lydia, appreciated.
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