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Thankyou Rob....Put the image on the wrong disc........Brid sea landscape...Has good as anywhere in the World,and safer...Regards John

Tags: Photo journalism Landscape and travel

Voters: colijohn, JN_CHATELAIN_PHOTOGRAPHY, yestermusic and 9 more

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yestermusic 11 2 1 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2014 9:45PM
Harbours, marinas and quaysides are always difficult subjects due to the many bits of paraphernalia associated with these locations. However your shot seems to have overcome this and the eye finds interest right to the back of the scene. I think I would have been inclined to crop the frame just to the left of the quay heading, losing the flying gull. This would allow the eye to focus on the quay heading and the moored boats. Moreover the left vertical third now runs approx through the centre of the quay heading. I like the reflection of the watery sun on the sea which serves as a leading line taking the eye into the subjects of the shot.
A lovely shot
Best wishes
Richsr 15 91 223 England
28 Mar 2014 1:31PM
Well handled and a different comp too
LynneJoyce Plus
14 22 101 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2014 4:56PM
Intriguing light in this compelling image. I would crop it too but would keep the gull. In fact I did. You haven't enabled modifications so I can't share my version but if you want to see it just message me and we will fix something.
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28 Mar 2014 11:34PM
Beautiful scene with amazing light and colours
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