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DP_Imagery Plus
12 24 6 Wales
1 Sep 2010 11:16PM
Lovely composition. That's a fine piece of wreckage too.


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As dodo_returns said, I really like the composition!! The eerie feel is really nice, and I like how the colors reinforce the feeling.
BobFancy Plus
7 11 4 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2010 12:33AM
Really good composition and it captures that sense of the dwindling season.
2 Sep 2010 8:04AM
Good composition and I like the tones. Paul
nice shot, good comp.
great image, excellent shot!
3 Sep 2010 5:44PM
Great scene.
4 Sep 2010 11:18AM
When summer's gone, I feel depressed. SAD. When I look at this photograph, I also feel depressed. Only a good photograph can elicit an emotional reaction in a viewer. So, this is a good photograph.

The composition police would arrest you for splitting your image in half with the horizon. Indeed, if the truth be told, I think I would have cropped the photograph by a third off the top and a third off the right, concentrating the viewer's attention on the wreckage on the left. By doing so, the horizon would be repositioned, legally according to the Rule of Thirds.
EAS Plus
7 1 13 Scotland
4 Sep 2010 5:29PM
Read the above comment with interest. While what is stated is in many ways correct, the good new is rules are for breaking, especially in photography! I love the wonderful tones in this and the wreck makes a superb feature. Many a long year since I last set foot in Irvine and good to see there are such intersting images to capture!

4 Sep 2010 9:12PM
Love the colours and detail in the foreground
Great atmosphere and realism in this picture.
16 Sep 2010 4:26AM
Summer's gone... but!
This is a place to revisit thro the seasons... while you journey and discover Wink

19 Sep 2010 7:28PM
Rules, rules, rules. Learn 'em, break 'em. This works because of the subtlety of the sky working with the strength of the water. Keep doing what you're doing.
4 Oct 2010 5:55PM
Nice work well done.

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