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The Thrones

By saltireblue    
Taken at the same beach as my previous upload, a rather strange concrete wind-break and some medieval-style wooden benches. Reminded me of thrones with their very high backs.

The weather here continues to be foggy, misty, 10/10ths low cloud coverage and generally miserable...dreich... so I was grateful for the days in Folkestone which enabled me to get some half-decent images.

Many thanks for all the recent comments.

Thanks for bothering.

Malc

Tags: General Folkestone Seaside Benches Thrones

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Comments


SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
1 Mar 2014 4:10PM
Love the shallow dof and the harsh work done on this shot. Suits perfectly.

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franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
1 Mar 2014 4:22PM
Excellent use of depth of field here Malc.

Ken
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 27 Northern Ireland
1 Mar 2014 4:37PM
Excellent dof and toning Smile
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
1 Mar 2014 4:40PM
They can't be thrones, there's no hole for the chamber pot! TongueGrin Definitely something Norse about the image though... could quite easily see Noggin the Nog wandering into view.

Dave
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 108 14 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2014 4:43PM
Great use of DOF a great captureSmile

Cliff
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2014 4:53PM
Clearly I have misjudged Folkestone - this looks most interesting, I can imagine it used for an arranged shoot. I like the way you have used the curve and (surprise!) the extreme dof. Very graphically mysterious.
Regards
Bill
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
1 Mar 2014 4:57PM
Not thrones you'd want to sit on for any length of time, a bit hard on the bum! Good use of depth of field, the mono conversion making the scene look very stark Wink
Trev Smile
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
1 Mar 2014 5:49PM
Ooh this is good. Empty chairs always seem to be living in a sort of sad limbo, waiting to be occupied again. These are really quite eerie. Gazing out to the left, towards the past, memories, regrets. Beautifully done, at all stages, the taking and the making.
Moira
saltireblue Plus
6 6.2k 33 Norway
1 Mar 2014 8:14PM

Quote:They can't be thrones, there's no hole for the chamber pot! TongueGrin Definitely something Norse about the image though... could quite easily see Noggin the Nog wandering into view.

Dave


I see exactly what you mean about Noggin, Dave! There is a distinct Norse feeling here.

Malc
1 Mar 2014 8:27PM
Great shot with loads of atmosphere. Judgement day.
L
1 Mar 2014 10:14PM
Deserves the Award, Malc...( sorry but I've already given mine Blush )... excellent in every way.
Somehow I'm not sure I'd want to be there in the dark.

Alan
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
1 Mar 2014 11:00PM
You are correct, curious benches, made an interesing image!

As to the tulip-- I have more of them, will post sometime next week-- They are rather stark against the white, tho. Thanks for your interest.
KingBee Plus
10 504 2 Scotland
2 Mar 2014 8:06AM
Simple yet stunning.

Regards.

Bob

PS - thanks for your comments on "Sir Walter". I totally agree - just hadn't noticed.
2 Mar 2014 8:22AM
Excellent comp' here Malc', and very well chosen subject matter.

John Smile
nonur Plus
8 17 11 Turkey
2 Mar 2014 8:48AM
So interesting and mysterious. Good work!
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
2 Mar 2014 5:40PM
Well composed Malc and very nicely gritty!
Rende
1881 4 India
3 Mar 2014 5:35PM
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mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
3 Mar 2014 11:34PM
They have a ''churchy'' look to me Malc.
Bet there has been a few bums on these seats in the past !!
Interesting shot.
Mick.

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