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Bloody hell the light was right indeed - remarkable. Absolutely agree with Pauls comment above. Not sure about the actual composition - it is a little confused with lead in lines left and right (and centre!) - and all sorts of points of reference within shot - but it doesn't matter because the light and the colours are just knock-out. WOW!
Superb recession and stunning early morning feel, nicely caught - those sort of early morning grey and bronze tones before colour really gets a proper hold of the day. Nice boat - looks to me like a Westerly - Fulmar?
Really interesting lighting and yes you can't help warm to this guy - how you caught that goodness knows but you did.
How can anyone pass this image without leaving a comment or a vote. Great juxtposition between the aging leaves and the pristine (looking) fence - which provides such a wonderfully strong lead in - I defy anyone to resist it. But think about its starting position - could it have been even stronger running in from the bottom right corner - and ask is the fg adding that much anyway?
Really cool image - the title worries me (which boat is 'the boat'?) and I am afraid I am not a fan of the presentation but this is such a subjective thing isn't it. For me it makes the shot look like a commercial rendition almost a post card - but also it is really very heavy. Lets see the photograph rather than the photoshop!!
Wow what a strong image/images Although it has almost lost its context I much prefer V2 because of the superb strong diagonal repeating patterns - they are perfect. Great wood grain detail adds interest - would like to see how these shape up in mono with high contrast.