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Shipwreck III

By Stevebishop
Last of the Shipwreck lot. Presented it portrait this time. Not sure if I like it's orientation. All C&C welcome, even if you think it's "pony and trap" please pass on your wisdom and guidance so that I continue to learn.

Thanks, Steve

Tags: Sunset Cyprus Landscape and travel Ship shipwreck

Voters: lloydy, rangerpaul, Bodiewil and 8 more


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Comments


rangerpaul 9 19 7 England
2 Dec 2007 9:30AM
Very interesting silhouette shot.
Paul

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Bodiewil 9 46 Wales
2 Dec 2007 10:01AM
Great capture lovely tones and silhouettes.

Dave
2 Dec 2007 10:32AM
Thanks for your comments guys.
Steve
Richsr 9 91 223 England
2 Dec 2007 10:44AM
Like the details and colours in this - well captured.
Richard
2 Dec 2007 3:46PM
Thanks Richard, it is still a million miles from your "Burning Clouds" or "Still Waters". So what am I missing?

Steve
BobHPhotos 9 1 1 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2007 9:50PM
A cracking shot and I do miss my sunsets there I have to say. But I think that landscape is the way to go here. In the Spring possibly with calmer water and the sunset rippling on the water could go portrait. Try on the rocks by the golf club OR along the cove by the memorial looks good. (from shipwreck go left right along the beach as far as the rock outcrop where the memorial is. If you hit turtle beach you've gone too far) ALSO there is the village mole for some fishing boat photos....
Bob
3 Dec 2007 3:01PM
Cheers Bob. I'll wander along when I get chance. Times running out as we leave in Jan!

Bish
paddyf 9
5 Dec 2007 3:59PM
Nice shot Bish. Colours are great again. Can't make my mind up about the orientation. Normally I would think landscape would be better, but this one works really well in portrait.
Paddy
6 Dec 2007 3:52PM
Cheers Paddy. Rules are there to be bent abit. In this case I'm undecided too.

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