Taken whilst out walking one afternoon (combined bramble-picking, dog walking and photography exercise) on a strech of the Southern Upland Way between Portpatrick and Killantringan (there are a couple of nice, sandy bays on the way to the lighthouse).
On the way around we'd passed past a couple of fellow walkers, on the return trip we passed them again, this time enjoying a rest on the warm sands.
The smashed canoe (the other half was further away on some black, jaggy rocks-hope the user survived!) was already in my pre-planned list of 'interesting things to capture on the way back'.
I took advantge of the favoured 'Background Figure in Red' compositional technique to add some human interest.
Not normally my type of shot, but I think it works.
The brambles were lovely. Thanks Nic, you can make crumble again, anytime!!
ISO 400, 1/800 sec, f/16
|Camera:||Canon EOS 350D |
|Lens:||Hughs Sigma 105mm macro, Cheers Hugh!! |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Uploaded:||12 Oct 2007 - 1:53 PM|
|Tags:||Bay, Beeches, Bust canoe, General, Killantrigan, Landscape / travel, Lighthouse, Near, Port, Portpatrick, Portraits / people, Something, Southern upland way|
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100 (0% won)
|Voters:||Phil_Warr · imander · TyChee · FeePhoto · |