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High Risers.

By WesternRed

Tags: Digitally manipulated Estuary

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richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
12 Nov 2013 12:17AM
Nice composition Red!! Good processing and nice finished image, however, i wonder what it would look like with more vibrant colours!!

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12 Nov 2013 12:51AM
Well taken and processed. Nice composition with a great lead in. Sea looks to have been jolly choppy that day.

Richmowil I am trying to portray that day which was rather stormy.
Love your comments WesternRed.
Jocelia Plus
5 2 1 Australia
12 Nov 2013 2:29AM
Rarely do we see the Mandurah estuary and foreshore so rough so this was a great occasion.
The clouds and the waves look good in the darker setting…Good one Red…...WinkWinkWink
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2013 3:00AM
A very well observed, composed, exposed and captured and crafted image with lots of detail and interest throughout WR.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2013 5:24AM
brilliant processing red love the fg a belter nice one Wink
ColleenA Plus
4 319 4 Australia
12 Nov 2013 6:39AM
I was just wondering where this was then read Jocelia's comment...a great shot Red
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2013 7:02AM
The colours here indicate an impending storm and the debris and strong waves add evidence to this.
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2013 7:16AM
Captures the mood the weathers in. Excellent composition. Peter.
Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2013 8:58AM
Don't know whether the sky or water is the more threatening -
you've captured the essence of that storm.
So rare to see Mandurah look like that.
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
12 Nov 2013 10:14AM
So many different textures, and the water looks fabulous. Again I'm not sure about the middle horizon, the sky is quite bright comparitively and pulls the eye upwards. Putting the horizon on the top third keeps your vision focussed on the fore/middleground.


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