Rye, diagonally

By mrswoolybill
I am confident that Ann Chown will recognise the subject, small as it is. I wonder if anyone else will?
Thanks for looking,
Moira

Tags: Photo journalism Beach Specialist and abstract

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Comments


franken Plus
13 3.8k 4 Wales
30 Nov 2012 8:28AM
Is it another from the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Moira?

Ken

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 843 1373 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 8:31AM
Smile Grin Smile Grin Smile
That really was too easy, wasn't it...
Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
30 Nov 2012 8:40AM
Good textures and details in this landscape within the landscape Moria
Regards Richard
Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
30 Nov 2012 8:51AM
This is an excellent photo with great textures !!
helenlinda Plus
8 342 22 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 9:01AM
Bold, effective composition - works well as a square with that positive diagonal
Great shot Moira SmileSmile
Helen
MalcolmM Plus
10 382 4 Scotland
30 Nov 2012 9:18AM
Lovely diagonals & textures, like the comp.
cats_123 Plus
12 4.4k 25 Northern Ireland
30 Nov 2012 9:21AM
love the addition of the pebbles Smile
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 9:26AM
An image which looks good from all angles and perspectives.

Regards Nathan
Marvellous crossing diagonals and the pebbles punctuate the grain of the wood beautifully, a very nice image indeed.

Dougie
Love the texture. Well captured.

Mary
mrswoolybill Plus
9 843 1373 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 9:41AM
Thanks everyone. Looking at this I slightly regret not rotating the camera a bit, to get the diagonals hitting all four corners. But then that would be more regular, conventional. I was actually composing primarily for that pebble bottom right.
I took a series of pictures (I have at least one more to come) and I remember having some difficulty in straightening up afterwards.
Moira
capto Plus
3 3.3k 8 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 9:51AM
Great tones and texture. I rather think that if the diagonals had hit each corner it may appear too orthodox, best as it is I think.
ivor
nonur Plus
7 15 9 Turkey
30 Nov 2012 10:06AM
Another miraculous photo from you, Moira! Super compo, texture, colour and detail. It certainly deserves more than my humble UA.
Meheecho 3 275 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 10:17AM
Wonderfully detailed shot and a nice mix of textures
Steve
mrswoolybill Plus
9 843 1373 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 11:40AM
Many thanks to Nezih, and to everyone else who has voted and commented here today.
Moira
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
30 Nov 2012 11:41AM
Super texture
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
30 Nov 2012 12:51PM
Everything about this is appealing. I'm glad you didn't put it on a straight diagonal, that would have been a bit boring...this way it gives the eye a treat.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
30 Nov 2012 12:52PM
Wonderful combination of textures Moira, like the cross made by the diagonals!

Sarah *
30 Nov 2012 1:45PM
A tiny bit of rust and rock, put together and processed to create an artistic image........Sandy
danbrann Plus
11 567 16
30 Nov 2012 2:25PM
Good one Moira.
As expected My computer hit the dust and a replacement will not be here until Tuesday. I am doing this on Barry's lap top.I will not be commenting further until my new machine is up and running.
Danny
30 Nov 2012 3:16PM
A great close-up on this fine textured wood & rust, Moira Wink Like the inclusion of the rust coloured pebbles Smile
Trev Smile
Fefe Plus
4 21 31 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 3:44PM
Love it, great detailGrin
Diane
SUE118 Plus
7 8 1 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 4:24PM
Love the tones.Smile
The first thing that took my eye was the detail and textures so very well captured with good colour, nice placement of the stones and the diagonal works well. I see what you mean about corner to corner but for me this works better, IMHO.

John
Tibetan 3 3 England
30 Nov 2012 5:05PM
I think I was at that angle last time I was in Rye lol. looks like part of the harbour to me, good textures and tones, regards leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
gajewski Plus
11 10 9 United States
30 Nov 2012 5:43PM
I'm glad you didn't rotate to have your lines hitting all four corners as you were thinking you might have. It is difficult to say without seeing it but I suspect this is the stronger comp.
-=\Walter
30 Nov 2012 6:13PM
A super close up comp' moira, very nice textures, a smashing piece of Work indeed.

John Smile
30 Nov 2012 6:30PM
Like the inclusion of the pebbles, Moira which add that bit of colour.
Paul
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1785 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2012 9:08PM
Looks fine as it is, Moira, good close shot with lots of texture.
30 Nov 2012 11:27PM
Brilliant textures. Don
AnneWorner Plus
8 620 43 United States
30 Nov 2012 11:34PM
I like the diagonal split, without it being a totally symmetrical split of the frame. It gives more tension to the composition this way - lovely textures, and then there's that positive diagonal. I have never forgotten when you uploaded images and wrote about that. How long ago was that?

One wonders how these little stones get lodged so securely in cracks. Do they roll there and find a place then get lodged more securely, or is it driven by water or wind?
Anne
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2012 2:07PM
Don't know what it is but it made a great image! Grin
IB
annettep38 Plus
4 217 36 Costa Rica
7 Dec 2012 11:36PM
could be the side of an old wagon.. or some gate.
I like the twisted cross.
frz67 6 10 32 Italy
11 Dec 2012 9:49PM
yes, less is more!

francesco

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