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Not Tonight, Josephine.

By NexusImages  
Afternoon All,

Hope your Monday mornings weren't too much of a shock the system. Long time since my last upload. I've had a fair bit of personal/family stuff to deal with. I think I'm over the worst of it now. Huge thanks to those who have kept me in one piece, you know who you are. As for the pic, it's one from the archives that had been overlooked. Think I quite like it. Not too in your face but not to dull either (well I think so! Smile).
Thanks for looking, and as always, comments and crits are very welcome.
Mands.

Tags: Boats Boatyard Heswall Landscape and travel Cracked mud Josephine Sheldrakes

Voters: jimmypaton, Buffalo_Tom, JPV and 60 more

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Buffalo_Tom Plus
13 2.3k 9 Wales
11 Oct 2010 12:17PM
Fine comp Amanda..hope you had your wellies on.
Tom.

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JPV 11 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 12:22PM
I love it! Lovely sky and an eye catching foreground that leads to the boat. Well done.

John
davey_griffo 10 213 165 England
11 Oct 2010 12:23PM
Nice one. Love the texture in the cracked mud.
ianrobinson 9 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 12:29PM
nice pic love it and love the sky too it looks like it was done with a slow shutter speed.
Anthony 17 5.6k 17 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 12:56PM
yeah nice, love the cracked texture, reminds me of your sense of humour.

Anthony
11 Oct 2010 1:03PM
Magnificent perspective and prospects.
Regards, Oleg.
NexusImages 12 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 1:09PM
Thank you all for your comments. Anthony, it's the only reason I get yours!! haha. Tom, wellies are more essential than the camera!.
DannyLenihan 11 213 19 England
11 Oct 2010 1:46PM
Great shot - I just wish the horizon was level - I know it's really nit-picky, but I think it would have made all the difference. Will upload a mod to see what you think.

Danny
Briwooly 13 452 5 England
11 Oct 2010 2:20PM
Great shot of a excellent subject love the title

Brian...............................................
banehawi Plus
15 2.1k 4032 Canada
11 Oct 2010 2:30PM
Really nice


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NexusImages 12 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 2:33PM
Danny, I know just where you are coming from, as wonky horizons get my goat something wicked. I spent a few minutes debating the true horizon of this image before I resized for web. As you may have guessed, I chose to leave it as it was. This was due to the terrain at the shore being very uneven, with gully, slope and rise in many places. The green bank on the right is actually the other side of the waterway, it rises and falls as it goes down the estuary. There is no real way of knowing which is the true horizon but if you feel that it looks out (and there is nothing to contradict that), then I am confident that other folk will think it looks out too. Shame as I have just sent this one to go on to a canvas for the gallery! I thank you for your input as many wouldn't speak their thoughts. I also thank you for your time & mod of the image. I really should use a spirit level thing!.
Mands.
DannyLenihan 11 213 19 England
11 Oct 2010 2:41PM
I actually didn't level it completely out, as it looked slightly forced when I totally squared it off, so if you check it against the address bar (by scrolling down to the horizon) you'll see there's still a little slope - it's just less noticeable on my version than yours.

What I would say is - if you're enlarging photos for display, canvas is a really expensive way to ruin a great photo - have you thought about using acrylic? We use acrylics for all our clients, and have loads on display in the office, and they are so much nicer than canvas.

Anyways, still a wonderful pic. well done.

Danny
RonnieAG Plus
9 154 118 Scotland
11 Oct 2010 4:50PM
Very nicely composed shot with interesting f/g detail.
Ronnie.
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 12 England
11 Oct 2010 5:04PM
Thought I'd not seen you around on here for a while, Mand. A cracking shot, love that 'crazy paved' foreground! And the horizon looks fine to me!
TrevB Smile
akhtarkhan 17 4 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 5:23PM
Superb shot and excellent subject choice. lovely colours and detail.
Akhtar
NexusImages 12 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 6:17PM
Thanks all. Danny, will bare that in mind. A very large thank you to Woodrow for the UA. Trev, thanks Smile
mcgannc 10 389 3 England
11 Oct 2010 6:23PM
Love that cracked fg, stunning shot.

Chris
cassiecat 11 39 46 England
11 Oct 2010 6:30PM
like the texture of the fg. lovely colours. looks fine to me, but i'm hopeless with level even with a spirit level! lesley
Mynett 11 142 6 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 8:04PM
super detail in the fg, love the shapes of the dry silt and the comp works very nicely

Linda
11 Oct 2010 9:43PM
Beautiful image Mand.
Tony
wheresjp 11 102 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2010 12:30AM
Nice Capture!
SGIBBONS 10 56 1 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2010 2:28PM
Hi Mand,

Lovely shot, love the cracked mud ! I must get round to processing mine from Heswall someday. Hope you are ok !

Sam x

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