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I've just had a look through your very interesting portfolio, and although it seems churlish to single out just any one capture, I particularly like this one.
A very interesting angle to capture an iconic structure. You've managed to show a lot of intricate detail, and the frame highlights the sheer enormaty of the Forth Bridge. The hanging archway in the right, and the sailing boat top this off nicely- love the colours too!
Thanks for the comments.
I missed this first time around Angi, wonderful composition, contrast in colours, and subject matter. Congratulations for the SWPP nominations, but really - what's taken them so long!!! Good luck!
Einstein's theory of relativity never looked so good! Mind you, if my maths/science teachers looked anything like Robyn, not only would it distract me, confusion would take over. I don't know if I would be dealing with the Law of Universal Gravitation (What goes up must come down) - Newtonian and Einstein theories for gravity explaning of the how, while the law simply stating, what. Or if it was E=MC2. In physics, mass–energy equivalence is the concept that the mass of a body is a measure of its energy content. In this concept, mass is a property of all energy, and energy is a property of all mass, and the two properties are connected by a constant. This means that the total internal energy (E) of a body at rest is equal to the product of its rest mass (M) and a suitable conversion factor to transform from units of mass to units of energy. Me thinks E=MC2 is just about the right conclusion for Robyn, well done Messrs Einstein and Newton for your astute observations. Once again Chris, a great offering to us humble amateurs.
A really well thought out and executed self portrait Alice, well done! I agree with woolybill1 and accipiter's comments, but it is a mixture of them both. If the original image is larger than the one that you have posted, then there is nothing wrong with the composition at all - it just needs the picture to be tweaked in post production (cropping) - to your own taste. Technically it is sound. Remember, photography is all about self expression, and if you are happy with what you have set out do and achieved, then it's job done.