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davidbailie 13 457 7 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2004 11:12AM
Thank you Eric - Don't know what you think but I believe there's more dynamic ?

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adamm 12 2 Australia
15 Aug 2004 11:16AM
great follow up Eric..... *click*

adam
jules41 12 197 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2004 11:19AM
Excellent shot Eric,good tones too,well done on such a well taken shot*click*
julie
rhion 13 35 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2004 11:26AM
Both good images Eric but this one just pips it for me. Good spot and I'm sure it has extra scope with different light etc
Richard
proberts 12 218 4 Wales
15 Aug 2004 12:09PM
Very good shot Eric,excellent repeating patterns and tones,very well done*click*
andrew.
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
15 Aug 2004 12:14PM
Like this. The tone and clarity work well. John
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johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
15 Aug 2004 12:14PM
Like this. The tone and clarity work well. John
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rosie42 12 7 Australia
15 Aug 2004 12:45PM
Like the crisp detail and textures ... the repetitive pattern really adds interest. Well spotted! *click*
Susie :o)
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
15 Aug 2004 1:49PM
I think I actually prefer this image, Eric - I like the diagonal.
Jim
15 Aug 2004 2:08PM
Had a look at yesterday's which didn't grab my attention. This one did. Super shot.
click
15 Aug 2004 3:28PM
Like them both Eric, excellent!

Mary
u08mcb 12 5.8k
15 Aug 2004 5:51PM
Makes me think of the shapes sidewinder snakes make in sand. Imagination is your friend Eric Smile
geegee 12 29 England
15 Aug 2004 7:18PM
How do you see them Eric? That is a fantastic composition with superb perspective.
Click.

George.
UserHasLeft 13 654
15 Aug 2004 7:27PM
It's another lovely picture, Eric. I would appear to be in the minority for preferring the first one - I liked the depth to it.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2004 8:39PM
Many thanks for the good feedback, just returned from a second visit to this place. Hoping to get a few more good images out of these yet. Smile

I do think that this is the more immediately visually striking composition (and I believe immediacy is a vast strength to an image). However, I think my first upload is a more original approach, in that, it gets you right in amongst them and you can actually get a better idea of their bulk, their size, their texture, and you can really see what they are, as well as perceiving the fact that they repeat for a great distance. This second upload is the shot that occurred to me at once upon seeing them. I regard it as the standard approach and I tend to suspect that most photographers would take this shot. That is why I did not put it up first, seeing as I was pretty sure that it would be well received. I was going to save this one until last, actually. The first upload was something I found, and I tend to believe that the majority of photographers would not capture that view. The first upload, I hope, grows on you. Grin
theorderingone 12 2.4k
15 Aug 2004 9:35PM
The perspective in this one makes it a much more interesting image IMO. Surreal in a kinda bladerunnery sorta way. Love it!

The other one probably is a more original view, but at 500pixels the detail towards the horizon just gets lost.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2004 9:44PM
Many thanks for looking and commenting Gary. Smile
theorderingone 12 2.4k
15 Aug 2004 10:14PM
Your welcome, I forgot to say how well I think it works in B&W!
dave w 12 1
15 Aug 2004 10:14PM
Nice one Eric love the perspective you have given this shot would print out great on A3.
Well Done.

REGARDS DAVE.

PS Been to HORNSEA today Eric on the seafront there is the start point for the
coast to coast walking and cycling path.the other marker is in SOUTHPORT.
UserRemoved 12 6.2k 1
15 Aug 2004 10:28PM
This is it - this was the shot I was after! Thanks!

Don't disagree that this might be the shot that most would go for, but not everyone would succeed as well as this!

Not sure how Philip K **** and 'Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep' fit into this (author and name of book: Bladerunner) - yes, maybe it has filmic qualities!
15 Aug 2004 11:21PM
Nice shot. less intense than the first, but what do I know! Den
mwatkins9801 12 190
16 Aug 2004 2:52AM
very nice shot
IanA 13 3.0k 12 England
16 Aug 2004 4:02AM
Smile)

Ian (clicked)
daffydill56 13 190 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 5:36AM
Like it Eric,nice work as always.Click

Fran
lobsterboy Plus
12 14.8k 13 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 8:01AM
nice repeating patterns. click.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 10:16AM
Thanks again Gary. Smile

Yes Dave, I've been doing that walk from the Southport end, in stages between railway stations. Smile

Thanks Mark, Den, Michael, Ian, Fran and Chris, great to hear from you all. Smile
muzzeyman 12 293 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 11:01AM
Prefer this to the the 1st Eric. The symetry of the wave breakers coupled with the angle & colour make for a very effective shot.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 11:14AM
Thanks very much for viewing and commenting Phil, great to hear from you. Smile
cal9 13 99
16 Aug 2004 12:41PM
Great perspective shot Eric, "click"
:O)
Alan
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 12:55PM
Love them both Eric,great perspective mate.

Best wishes.

Mark.
deviant 12 3.1k 1 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 1:02PM
Like this one better for showing more than the first but once again find myself wanting to know how it would look from higher up?
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 3:59PM
Thanks Alan, Mark and David. I'll see what I can do, David. Smile
jan 1 12 12 Netherlands
16 Aug 2004 4:06PM
Perfect composition, Eric.
Still, I prefer the coloured one.
Jan
RodJames 12 21 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 5:04PM
I prefer this image Eric. The pattern and depth work very well.

Rod
Great second pic. Fantastic *click*
Suey xx
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 6:53PM
Many thanks Jan, Rod and Suey, glad to have your opinions. Smile
Atlas 13 621 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 9:43PM
Like this too Eric...great image.

Rob
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2004 9:55PM
Thanks Rob, great to hear from you. Smile
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2004 8:01AM
An excellent spot and capture, love the angle, great image, I like it.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2004 8:04AM
Thanks Brian, great to have your comment. Smile
billydo Plus
13 79 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2004 7:00PM
That's a cracking image Eric, good work sir!
Neal.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2004 7:06PM
Thank you Neal, great to hear from you. Smile
corin45 13
20 Aug 2004 9:40PM
Super comp and shot Eric! Steve.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2004 9:45PM
Thanks very much Steve, great to have your comment. Smile
MartinWait 12 92 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2004 9:39AM
This is excellent!

Martin.
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2004 9:49AM
Thanks Martin, good to know you think so. Smile
zed 12 551 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2004 4:03PM
Really like this, in fact I've been viewing all your portfolio lately and its an impressive collection. Good pics all round for me!!
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2004 4:40PM
Many thanks Zoe, glad to hear from you. Smile
wing 12 453 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2004 4:01PM
I love the composition and the perspective you have created in this Eric.

Good tonal range.

Paul
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2004 4:24PM
Thanks Paul, glad you think so. Smile

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