Ancient Kinky

By woolybill1
The metal tiller in one of the mouldering fishing boats at Dungeness, precursor of yesterday's [link=The metal tiller in one of the mouldering fishing boats at Dungeness, precursor of yesterday's ]Kinky Tiller[/link]. Viewed through the gap in the stern where the tiller bar would have passed.

The mono V2 hardly seems necessary.

Tags: Photo journalism Transport Specialist and abstract

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Comments


helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 9:01AM
Colour for me Bill, because it gives a lot more depth to the image Smile
Helen

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franken Plus
15 4.5k 4 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 9:34AM
I can't chose between each of them as they are both excellent Bill.

Ken
cats_123 Plus
13 4.8k 28 Northern Ireland
29 Feb 2012 10:00AM
see you're poking your lens into dangerous places WinkGrin
nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
29 Feb 2012 10:06AM
Great use of focus, Bill!
29 Feb 2012 10:10AM
Colour or mono makes two very good shots Bill.
Again great use of dof.

David
danbrann Plus
13 636 17
29 Feb 2012 10:57AM
Two good ones Bill but I do prefer the Mono version.
29 Feb 2012 11:00AM
Well seen Bill.Wink
mikbee Plus
10 3 8 Scotland
29 Feb 2012 11:39AM
I have been keeping an eye out Bill,for a bit of rust I can upload in a long pano' format.
The middle section here could be a candidate for that !!
Good bit of grot.
Mick.
paulcr Plus
13 1.5k 9 Ireland
29 Feb 2012 11:41AM
Prefer the colour myself. Paul
Joline Plus
11 29 53 United States
29 Feb 2012 11:50AM
The color gives it character, but the mono is rather beguiling as well. I would crop the bottom in the mono, or some reason it is more distracting than in the color version.
gary_d Plus
10 576 13 Wales
29 Feb 2012 12:19PM
The two are yours for sure Bill, just favouring the colour. - gary
pascalg Plus
10 37 France
29 Feb 2012 12:34PM
colour version : very intriguing...
Richsr Plus
10 91 223 England
29 Feb 2012 1:04PM
Certainly V1 for me too Bill
Regards Richard
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
29 Feb 2012 2:09PM
Like both Bill. Great study of light and shadow..............Sandy
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 11 England
29 Feb 2012 2:16PM
Nice use of depth of field, Bill, and has to be the colour version Wink
Trev Smile
HBJ Plus
6 4 Sweden
29 Feb 2012 2:25PM
Great photo!
Hans
29 Feb 2012 3:58PM
Has a sinister feel to this... especially in colour
AnnChown Plus
8 203 1 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 5:09PM
I think you need the colour, Bill, to portray your beloved rust in all its glory...
Ann
Kinky wasn't invented in the 20th Century as we know Bill, they were at it behind the pyramids way back before bicycle sheds. The sepia would've won hands down without showing the colour. The rust just adds a certain edge.

Dougie
paulb20 Plus
11 12 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 5:35PM
Like the shallow depth of field and colour works best for me, Bill.
Paul
29 Feb 2012 5:41PM
The ferrous oxide needs the colour, for a certainty . . .
jon
Herge88 Plus
10 40 4 England
29 Feb 2012 5:56PM
The mono for me here Bill, again very good dof.

Best Matt
29 Feb 2012 6:05PM
A good sneak preview Bill, and both versions work really well, but going with V1 as my fav'.

John Smile
A Booth Plus
15 11 4 United Kingdom
29 Feb 2012 7:26PM
well observed and captured abstract style image.
Hop-A-Long Plus
10 52 1 England
29 Feb 2012 8:08PM
Nice use of the aperture in the boat as a frame for the main subject.
I like the colour version as it has the deep rich redness of the rust which is absolutely wonderful.
I do however also like the mono version, it is an image that lends itself well to this conversion.

Andy
29 Feb 2012 8:36PM
'The v2 sepia monochrome slightly edges out the color, for me,' today, Bill~

Superb DOF, Tones, & Comp ~ Peter
1 Mar 2012 8:18AM
very well spotted. The sepia version is more effective fo me
Al
frz67 Plus
8 10 32 Italy
6 Mar 2012 9:30PM
I love, as you do, shallow dof. excellent Bill.
prefer the color, with the rust plaing the main role

francesco

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