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Knot and wood

By morpheus1955  
One from the other day, this is actually one of the supports for a yacht that is being sorted out ready for the new season, the rope is attached to the tarpaulin , and it just took my fancy Smile

Thank you as always for all your C&C's very much appreciated.

Thanks for taking the time to look.

Hugh

Tags: Wood Specialist and abstract Rope Knot

Voters: Mynett, shadow18, sweetpea62 and 27 more

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5 Mar 2011 12:11AM
Well captured Hugh.Beautiful detail.

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5 Mar 2011 12:12AM
Great textures and light on the rope Hugh..............Sandy
JPatrickM 9 2 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 12:18AM
I like this a lot Hugh. Lovely texture and detail, and in my opinion, excellent composition, with both symmetry and balance.
Patrick
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
5 Mar 2011 12:31AM
Superb detail and textures here, Hugh, the strong side lighting enhancing these effects so well.
Ronnie.
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
5 Mar 2011 12:40AM
Love these simple images, that's a pretty fancy knot!
JEnnnn
LexEquine 10 19 United States
5 Mar 2011 2:03AM
'Mornin' Hugh.' You have focused superbly on this capture, with excellent 'light & shadow play,' color, tones, and textures. I feel that your photograph could be improved upon by several actions. A 'crop of the image frame,'...from the left of 3-4 centimeters, would align the focal point, more in the 'sweet thirds position,' of the image frame. I think that the viewers eye would more easily flow into the image, as I really feel that the symmetry in this crop, hinders this photographic element. Also, in combination, I would extend more of the image frame from the top(if you have it), for another 2-3 inches. This would render the image in a more 'portrait crop orientation,' & would add the the relocation of the focal point,...'into the sweet spot.' Hopefully, You understand my constructive point, as from my point of view. It is only my thoughts on making your superb capture, an even better picture. Have a wonderful 'fair weather Weekend o'er the Pond.'
Regards...Peter
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
5 Mar 2011 3:06AM
The light, texture and tones work so well for me.

Ann
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 8:44AM
morning hugh
cracking detail and textures wonderful light a cracker Wink
andy
Alvar 9 23 2 France
5 Mar 2011 9:36AM
I think it is perfect Hugh and I am afraid I can not agree with Lex Your capture is beautifully balanced.
Alvar
Suehh 9 39 6 England
5 Mar 2011 10:10AM
Lovely textures, tones, light, colour and hues HughGrin
baclark 7 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 1:05PM
Super textures and light here Hugh, a morpheus1955 classic shot! Smile
Barbara
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 68 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 1:40PM
Unusual to see a square crop from you, Hugh, and rarer still to see one with an almost central divide. It works extremely well, whatever the pundits might say. The contrast between the vertical grain in the wood and the horizontal strands in the rope comes across best on the left; the right-hand panel is altogether less sunny and more mysterious with its strong shadow. It's almost entirely monochrome, too. A strong semi-abstract with excellent detail.
Bill
Peagreen 6 1 1 England
6 Mar 2011 9:11PM
Nice composition, lovely texture and detail, Hugh. Do I detect a wee bit of rust ? Like this.Smile
Take care, pauline

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