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Solar vs Wind Power

By EyesFront
A nice sunset over the Mersey estuary. View from New Brighton on the Wirral.

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: Davidroid, PattiW, whatriveristhis and 6 more


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26 Aug 2013 12:31AM
Horizon isn't straight, needs to be rotated 1/2 a degree clockwise, but other than that... a lovely image, with great colour. The sea looks almost like metal. Some who are perhaps a little too keen to follow the "rules" might disagree with the central placing of the turbines, but I think most would agree it works well here. I also like that you've left the birds in, they may be very small, but they enhance the poetic quality of the image. Good stuff.

Regards,
Alan

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26 Aug 2013 1:10AM
Thank you for the critique WRIT, it is appreciated. I have one without the birds but I prefer this one. I actually shot this with some additional turbines on the left and cropped it, as it just looked better to me. I don't have the software yet to play with the pictures, that's next on my shopping list. I'll add the variations.

Thanks again.
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
26 Aug 2013 1:15AM
The colors you saw make a worthy image--- Editing will help but you have the eye for color for sure!
26 Aug 2013 4:18AM
The colors are wonderful..........and I love seeing the beauty of this offshore wind farm. Makes my climate change activist heart glow. Wonderful series.

Peter
26 Aug 2013 7:47AM
You need to watch those horizons, but you can sort them when you get the software. V2 & 3 are off, although V4 looks OK.
The absence of the birds in V2 makes all the difference... I think you were right to go with V1.
V3 is a nice shot, but looks a bit soft, and there could be any number of reasons for that.
V4 is beautiful. Those metal colours again. The wet sand looks great and everything looks spot-on. Love it.
Looks like you've got a good eye for an image, keep up the good work Smile

Alan

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