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Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2014 11:07PM
On a personal level I would hace cropped this and got rid of the 'beach', the waves have much more to say.
Peter.

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Nikonuser1 Plus
3 17 10 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2014 11:21PM
The sea was pulled into space as gravity failed. Great capture AlanSmileSmile

Cliff
mikbee Plus
8 3 8 Scotland
3 Aug 2014 11:26PM
You can do what you like with this one Alan.
It would work upside down or backside forwards too !!
Mick.
Irishkate Plus
5 33 92 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 12:19AM
I love the toning Alan - once again that "Je ne sais quio".
Kate GrinGrinGrin
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
4 Aug 2014 12:22AM
Yes, a fairly large crop from the bottom would suit me, too (in more ways than oneSmile Smile)
I think this is, as is, a pretty interesting and provocative abstraction (as proven by the comments)>

Peter
4 Aug 2014 5:35AM
i am sure a lot of these images of shoreline you have got from a well in your backyard, Alan.. Smile
it encompasses a world in this image.. there's sea beneath and high above it rise a snow-land.. and yet somewhere in between is Tibet.. perhaps there is a lake because I see a boat too.. beyond I can see some ridges.. and beneath, between the sea and Tibet, some 'frozen tectonics'.. really a world to explore.. 80% 2D , 20 % 3D.. a world flattened perhaps to fit in the scheme of things.. and I can see sun rising in the east and shadows forming too...
Beautiful image..
4 Aug 2014 5:52AM

Quote:On a personal level I would hace cropped this and got rid of the 'beach', the waves have much more to say.
Peter.



without the beach you can't hear them...
4 Aug 2014 5:53AM

Quote:Yes, a fairly large crop from the bottom would suit me, too (in more ways than oneSmile Smile)


I'll thank you to keep your bottom to yourself, Joline.
Nigeve1 Plus
2 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 7:01AM
To me this gives the impression of an aerial shot taken from perhaps 30m in the air, lovely fresh light, nicely worked Alan.
Nigel
mrswoolybill Plus
9 839 1369 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:09AM
Flat Earth theory lives! It's the end of the world and everything is dropping off the edge, into the void.
Moira
Griff2012 Plus
3 363 1 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:21AM
What sorcery is this? The depth of texture is tangible, yet I know if I touch a print of this it is smooth and has none of this energetic projection to feel. Then, there is the 'frozen' movement of the waves - dynamic and static in one. You have captured the alchemy of water and presented it as an illusion, a sensory trick.
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:31AM
Aerial photograph was my first thought, too. A blue bird's eye view as it approaches the White Cliffs.
Regards
Bill
fazzer Plus
6 50 7 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:46PM
love the light Smile
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 9:29PM
Another sparkling image that rather looks like ice on a window too... Superb old fella.
glenalva Plus
10 338 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2014 9:25PM
Beautiful.........it would be lovely to see all this series of yours hanging in a gallery all together. Smile

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