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Starship

By BillyGoatGruff  
The trouble with staying with non-photographers is that they just don't understand anything about the golden hour, and insist on feeding their pets when the light is best.
Criminal, really.

Anyway here's a little snapshot from a day out to Malaga marina that they took us to. The ship is Tatoosh, as previously uploaded.
Middle of the afternoon and no clouds (well, it is Spain), so if you can't shoot after sundown, why not make a feature of the sun instead?!
The nice thing about shooting ultra-wide is that the sun is very tiddly.

As always, thanks for stopping by and for any clicks or comments you'd care to leave.
I'm off to the pub to compensate for the dearth of photographic opportunities that seems to be plaguing me.

Cheers

Bill

Tags: General Transport Architecture Sea Ship Marina Malaga Wharf Landscape and travel Mooring post

Voters: andylea, pdsdigital, Youngjedi75 and 15 more


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15 Aug 2012 6:55PM
I'm just starting out with photography so not familiar with most things yet but slowly learning. Love this picture. Gorgeous! :0)

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Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2012 9:27PM
That was one difficult image to get Bill
you know the expression...'only mad dogs and Englishmen...go out in the midday sun!!'GrinGrin
I am pleased that you did...got yourself a good one here
even the sea is glimmering, and the people there show the dimensions
well shot with a great lead into the image
Lillian
zapar40 6 66 5 Wales
15 Aug 2012 10:01PM
Great shot Bill, love the sun as shown, i'm finding that the W/A lens is great for the starburst effect.
nice one.
ant.
17 Aug 2012 6:50PM
Lovely image, Bill. Perhaps a tiny anti-clockwise rotation to help the ship on the lhs.
Alun

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