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The rookery of fossils

By jerryiron  
Long exposure and water - always unpredictable result

Tags: Sunset Ocean Atlantic Landscape and travel Canaries stouns

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dudler Plus
18 1.9k 1928 England
8 Aug 2016 6:32PM
I predict that this would win votes (maybe awards) in the main gallery...

Nothing to suggest to improve it, I'm afraid!
8 Aug 2016 7:10PM
Thank Dudler, your remarks have not been wasted, I hope.

Alexander
banehawi Plus
17 2.7k 4307 Canada
8 Aug 2016 9:37PM
Very nice. I can see your Orca in this one too.

Mod as usual.



Willie
8 Aug 2016 9:56PM
How did you do it, Willie?
mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.2k 2519 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2016 8:59AM
I like this one, it's an intriguing composition, full of ambiguities and uncertainties. The foreground rock is heading off to the right, the middle ground rocks are heading left, then the more distant rocks have decided to make a break for the horizon.

I might try cropping the sides, particularly on the right, to concentrate on that progression. And the sea horizon seems strangely sharp, I want to soften that line.

OK, I shall go and see what I can come up with.
Moira
9 Aug 2016 10:46AM
The diagonals and zigzags - is good in the square. Thank you, dear Moira!
Alexander

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