Tidal Line...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...a few yards from the window of my cottage at Ardmair, near Ullapool, I was photographing he sea slapping into the pebbles and looked over my shoulder, a habit I have which often reveals another image.
The sunlight was bouncing off the vibrant seaweed tossed up by an earlier high tide. Another image found by chance and it looked good in the camera...

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Comments


mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
9 Oct 2013 12:07PM
Well spotted Dougie.
I thought it might have been a rusty chain from the thumb !!
Vibrant colours from the seaweed indeed.
Mick.

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Shades of rust everywhere Mick. Wink
9 Oct 2013 12:12PM
the sort of image that would capture my eye
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 11 Canada
9 Oct 2013 12:17PM
Sometimes we have this knee deep. Makes a great image.
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.1k 1724 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2013 12:53PM
A rusty chain, an organic yellow-brick road... A rising diagonal, so positive, progressive, onwards to the future! Even if walking on pebbles makes for slow progress...
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2013 1:27PM
It looks good on the screen, too, Dougie.
Textures so strong that I can almost feel them beneath my feet and the most effective possible composition.
Regards
Bill
My eyes were watering in the chill wind, the sun belies the temperature.
Lillian Plus
8 22 17 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2013 2:56PM
Amazing how us photographers manage to see more/past the obvious to people not tuned in
for the next image....and I find this rather one of those Dougie...a lovely shot, and the added
seaweed scattered adds even more
Lillian
9 Oct 2013 3:42PM
Dougie, A lovely composition and colour contrast between the seaweed and pebbles. Hopefully back to your part of the world before Christmas as my pal has just taken over a croft outside of Aultbea. Smile

Brian J.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
9 Oct 2013 3:42PM
As they say Dougie always worth look behind you.
Well worked
R.
9 Oct 2013 3:58PM
Yes, the old 180 degree trick can often turn up trumps!Grin
Nice image Dougie.

Alan
NDODS 6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2013 4:22PM
Very well observed and so very well photographed, processed and presented. Love the contrast in both colour and textures Dougie.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2013 6:13PM
Really nice contrast between the naturally monotone pebbles and that splash of russet seaweed. I also like the way that the textures are so well picked out by the light Dougie. Fine work my friend.
Derek
danbrann 12 636 17
9 Oct 2013 7:14PM
You were so lucky that this was running from corner to corner........................
brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2013 9:43PM
The wee things that add colour and beauty to our lives.
Well seen, and well taken image. Like the diagonal design.
Johanna
paulbroad 10 123 1170 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2013 8:34AM
Now why has this attracted so many comments when pictures elsewhere get none. One of the great misteries, and a major problem with this section! I fear I'm the exception, I just cannot see a picture. What is the subject?

Paul
Rende 10 38 4 Netherlands
10 Oct 2013 11:45AM
Beautifully seen and taken Dougie.
Rende

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