Broken Ribs

By Chant57  
Back to the herring boat wreck that I photographed in August, on the East Lothian Coast.
I have been told that the wreck has broken up and decayed a lot in the last year as The Sea and Mother Nature appear to be reclaiming her.

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Comments


Paintman Plus
9 1.1k 176 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 1:17PM
A lovely mono and a fine, balanced composition.

Alan.

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zapar40 6 66 5 Wales
3 Nov 2013 1:35PM
nice sharp detail.
ant.
dudler Plus
12 365 744 England
3 Nov 2013 1:56PM
This intrigued me a a thumbnail, and it has rewarded closer study.

It's a carefully formal composition - not quite symmetrical (the ships in the distance, slightly off-centre) and not on the thirds. Looking at your portfolio shows that you've posted a great variety of pictures of this wreck, and that explains why you've chosen such an unusual arrangement here. You obviously worked hard at getting as much variety from one opprtunity as you possibly could. I wish I was so assiduous in working a situation!

Lovely and thoughtful work.
LesF 9 182 9
3 Nov 2013 2:09PM
The two pieces in the foreground weren't there first week on October when I shot this, there a appears to be a sandbank gathering just in front of the wreck now hiding many parts of it I've seen in peoples images when researching the location and the wreck.
Certainly made for black and white Chant, like it.


Les F
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 2:13PM
Outstanding mono image. The central composition works very well here, excellent tonal balance.
Nigel
3 Nov 2013 2:15PM
Top Drawer Chant. Its a beautiful Image.
So well suited to the B%W treatment and so well processed too.

J x
Chant57 Plus
10 395 3 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 2:18PM
Thanks everyone .

Yes Les, after I'd photographed her I did some googling and it was then I realised how much she has broken up and/or been buried by sand on the strong tides. Agree that there is a sand bank forming, as The water was going over my Wellies on the approach to her yet wasn't when I reached her. I find it a fascinating subject to photograph and on researching shipwrecks I've found that there is every chance that if buried by sand , there is a chance more of her will be revealed again. A classic example is a wreck at South Shields - was visible at low tide then got buried and only recently has been revealed again , and more of her than some years ago.
C
3 Nov 2013 3:13PM
Lovely quality mono work here, Chant Smile
Trev Smile
Richsr Plus
9 90 220 England
3 Nov 2013 7:04PM
Good details and mono work Chant
Chant57 Plus
10 395 3 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 8:06PM
Thanks everyone.
Thanks Pete for the extra badge. Very pleasant surprise!
C
oll1e Plus
9 57 2 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 8:48PM
lovely mono work Chant Wink
Irishkate Plus
5 33 94 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 9:54PM
Superb mono and variation of the theme.
Great to have on record the wreck in all her phases.
I like the composition with less emphasis on the sky.
KateGrinGrinGrin
3 Nov 2013 10:03PM
Congratulations on receiving the HC Chant.

Well done.


J x
ChiliMan Plus
9 135 17 Singapore
4 Nov 2013 3:48PM
Excellent title and what a beautiful image you've created, Chant.

Very unique and brilliant composition especially Smile

Andrew
chris-p Plus
10 65 England
5 Nov 2013 7:51PM
Congrats C ...
MilanaG 10 Bulgaria
6 Nov 2013 12:23PM
Something in your recognizable style.Works good in mono! Congratulation on the well deserved award !
Milena
Consulo 11 836 10 Scotland
11 Nov 2013 12:18PM
Hmmm, I haven't been to this wreck for a while and it's a shame if it's disappearing. I think I'd better make one last return journey soon.

Michael.

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