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Molly Rose II

By steve_eb    
Another from the day trip myself and Trev took to Dungeness in Kent on a sunny then cloudy Sunday, it was my first visit and I loved it there.

Second and final shot of "Molly Rose", standing on a box of old smelly fishing nets to get a different perspective.

Hope you like and I would appreciate comments good and bad they help me improve.

Thanks for looking .... Steve

Tags: General Kent Dungeness Transport Clouds Wrecks Landscape and travel Molly rose Boats blue sky

Voters: Moj_o, bones316, DaveShandley and 14 more


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17 Sep 2010 7:37PM
Great shot......Adam

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17 Sep 2010 7:47PM
Great shot Steve, like this one very much, Regards Dave
17 Sep 2010 9:26PM
This is a great image lovely colour
oll1e Plus
9 57 2 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2010 11:33PM
Its certainly an amazing place Steven ,i remember when this place was buzzing 30- 40 years ago .i love the viewpoint and the way everthing is left lying around .My only niggle is that youve clipped the back of the boat .You need to leave a bit of breathing space between the boat and the edge of the frame .Hope you don't mind me saying that .Smile
have a great weekend Smile
steve_eb 8 353 8 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2010 1:01PM
Thanks all for the comments .... oll1e, I was concious of this and you are right but I liked the image and wanted feedback on my 1st, not last, trip to Dungeness, the white frame is what has cut it but it is too tight anyway, one to note for next time!

Steve
Andrew_Hurley 10 71 73 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2010 1:08PM

Quote:My only niggle is that youve clipped the back of the boat .You need to leave a bit of breathing space between the boat and the edge of the frame


I have to agree, breathing space is important unless you deliberately go in close or crop tightly. A good image, vibrant colours and even detail in the shadows.

Andrew.
lianna 7 13 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2011 7:39PM
Such a stunning place for photography! i love going there, just i seem to be stuffed with pants weather all the time lol! this is a great capture x x x

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