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On Watch

By BillyGoatGruff  
Hi.

Another minimalist, off-the-cuff, unplanned shot from Battery Point, Portishead.

Whilst waiting for some enormous container ship to arrive, these guys were doing the same as I: just watching the sun go down.

I quite like the complete simplicity.....

Thanks for dropping in!

Cheers

Bill

Tags: Sunset General Boat Minimalist Orange Sea Purple Low light Tug Landscape and travel Portishead Battery Point

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Comments


Lovely capture. Very relaxing

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pmorgan 9 217 13 England
18 Apr 2011 6:46PM
Lovely mood to this Bill!

Rgds
Paul
dharker 10 13 1 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2011 6:49PM
Great colours and composition Bill... calm and relaxing

Dave
18 Apr 2011 10:22PM
I thought minimalist when I saw the thumbnail pic. Good strong image and lovely colours.
AnnChown Plus
6 198 1 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2011 10:24PM
I love the simplicity too! Great image.
Ann
18 Apr 2011 11:52PM
Great image, good low light shot..........Sandy
BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
19 Apr 2011 8:26AM
Thanks very much everyone!

13/20 @ 8:24am - better than I expected, if truth be told! Grin

Bill
Alan_Coles 10 177 11 Wales
19 Apr 2011 11:41AM
Beautiful light n colour on the water Bil and the composition is great. The only I would pick up on is the boat...looks like a light halo/shadow around the boat as if you have gone over it with the dodge tool?
BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
19 Apr 2011 11:53AM
Sharp eyes, Al!

I confess to not having spotted it myself! But now you've pointed it out.......Smile
No dodgng or burning involved, although I did use one of the channels to create a layer mask for use with a lightening curve to bring up the tones on the tug.
It's perhaps a legacy from that - I'll have to watch out in the future!

Cheers

Bill

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