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By podgod    
I'm not sure about this one, I really like it sometimes and then other times I don't, so I will put it up here and get some other opinions. It was taken on the beach at Findhorn Bay, I shot it portrait to show big sky while still keeping the kite board large enough to be part of the picture. Please let me know what you think.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Nadia, pperilla, pebbles and 5 more

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lynsfiona 12 5
20 Apr 2004 9:41AM
I really like this shot, It's very ominous! I like the contrasting colours of the sky and sand and how you've captured some interest in the foreground. It's a shame the kite board wasn't a smidge bit bigger in the shot though. Overall an impactful shot. Gets a click from me!

Lyns x

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
20 Apr 2004 10:17AM
not sure whether I'm supposed to be looking at the kite board, or whether it's just an added extra...nice shot all the same
20 Apr 2004 10:21AM
I think this works, I like it, click
User_Removed 13 268
20 Apr 2004 10:22AM
I agree. THe darkness of it makes it pretty atmospheric and does portray the wind. I think this works.
Nadia 14
20 Apr 2004 10:40AM
Like the layers of colour, nice image
20 Apr 2004 12:41PM
Perfect composition and color. I find the kite destructive, looks like a unwanted spot on the picture.
yuno 12 271 Croatia
20 Apr 2004 12:47PM
i like vertical photos that have these kind of "layers"!
dp 12 163 3 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2004 3:33PM
I was attracted by the colour and simple lines. As has been said I find the kite board distracting, it would work well as a landscape and an excellent one at that!
pebbles 12 106
20 Apr 2004 6:24PM
I have to agree with that last comment, I think its a fabulous shot, would in my humble opinion be better without the kite board, because the interest for me is in the sand dunes foreground and the groyne/wooden poles.

The portrait format really works well and perhaps less sky would focus more on the foreground points of interest.


21 Apr 2004 3:52AM
Yes it works. Ilike it!
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
22 May 2004 3:17AM
It is a lovely sea and skyscape . Very well done ...but it has made me greedy for more . I'd love to see a Landscape of these windswept sand dunes too . But that would be a very different image . Love your portfolio .. very impressive .

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