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To the sea -A crab's view

By xwang
It was a cloudy day, when the light came out, I saw the pavement's lines looked like this. I thought if one was a crab, one would see the sea like this.. just keep going, crossing the rock..you would be ended in the sea...Grin, and then I thught all the small creatures living on the ground would see their surroundings like this, spiders, insects, etc..or is it? I don't know much about insects, I could only take a photo for them.. thanks for looking. Just for fun.

Tags: Pavement Landscape and travel Humour and fun

Voters: nsutcliffe, NDODS, Fefe and 5 more

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20 Sep 2012 10:21AM
Great composition.

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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2012 10:22AM
A very thought evoking image, one filled with beautiful tones and textures. "If I may be so bold to suggest a tight crop along the top in order to remove the background, this may or may not prove to be more appealing?".

Regards Nathan
xwang 7 55 8
20 Sep 2012 11:08AM
Thank you very much Nathan. Advice is taken..Grin, yes, the top (and bottom, I think) could be cropped off a bit. It is nearly the original frame, apart from a tiny rotate to correct the horizontal line..
Thank you Nigel.
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2012 11:59AM
I love this, cracking povGrin Really great, if you did crop it I would just take a bit off the sky, but not all of it.
Love itGrin
Diane
paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2012 12:38PM
Great perspective. Love the lines.
Matt
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
20 Sep 2012 1:58PM
A wonderful, intriguing image, Jasmine. I thought the foreground was a ploughed field at first. Excellent pov, and the lines lead you into the image. The rocks should act as a barrier to the eye going further but you seem to catapult over them into the harbour and beyond. The differential focus makes such a strong image. This is different and definitely in the category of 'I wish I'd taken it' Grin

Dave
xwang 7 55 8
20 Sep 2012 5:38PM
Thank you Dave.. it's Whitby, near the cliff. You know the place going down to the sea, and the right side is the jetty, you could see the other wall as background..I didn't remember that the path was there before when I went there more than 15 years ago.. but it is now.. you may find a perfect shot there...but it seems that it is impossible to get any fossil from the cliff now. The council put a lot of big rocks in front of the cliff, I guess that it was for safty reason.. I learnt that somebody was died when the cliff fell this March, I don't know when they put the rocks there. Thanks again.

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