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I love the space, the emptiness which allows the imposing tractor time to compose itself before moving freely over the silky sodden sands like a ballerina on ice.... "Wonderful"
Think Nathan has said it all. Superb picture. Regard Peter.
Just G R E A T!
Curiously sinister again. An image that makes you ask so many questions. Nice one Alan.
Great use of negative space, Alan. very effective.
Sinister or sad? Waiting for its ship to come in or watching it disappear over the horizon?
A lot of questions. I love the little flecks of black, the sand ripples and the breaking wave.
The lonely sea and the sky - and the land - within which the tractor is present but insignificant. The human condition in a nutshell, to borrow yet another phrase.
I'm waiting for someone to say "entirely too much sky".... But you know me, I love those big open skies! It appeals to me on many levels Alan maybe you could treat us to a low contrast mono version at some point? Superbly captured matey.
Quote: maybe you could treat us to a low contrast mono version at some point?
This version works the best.
Simplicity at it's best Alan, and that big sky
Almost like a cenotaph to the cockle workers who lost their lives on Morecombe Bay some years ago.
Great sense of space and emptiness.
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