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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 5:48AM
I love the space, the emptiness which allows the imposing tractor time to compose itself before moving freely over the silky sodden sands like a ballerina on ice.... "Wonderful"

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 6:31AM
Think Nathan has said it all. Superb picture. Regard Peter.
9 Dec 2013 6:43AM
Just G R E A T!
9 Dec 2013 8:07AM
Curiously sinister again. An image that makes you ask so many questions. Nice one Alan.
Nigeve1 Plus
5 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 8:09AM
Great use of negative space, Alan. very effective.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 9:01AM
Sinister or sad? Waiting for its ship to come in or watching it disappear over the horizon?
A lot of questions. I love the little flecks of black, the sand ripples and the breaking wave.
woolybill1 Plus
11 23 72 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 9:25AM
The lonely sea and the sky - and the land - within which the tractor is present but insignificant. The human condition in a nutshell, to borrow yet another phrase.
marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 9:40AM
I'm waiting for someone to say "entirely too much sky".... But you know me, I love those big open skies! It appeals to me on many levels Alan maybe you could treat us to a low contrast mono version at some point? Superbly captured matey.
9 Dec 2013 9:52AM

Quote: maybe you could treat us to a low contrast mono version at some point?

This version works the best.
Cheers mate.
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 153 16 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2013 10:00AM
Simplicity at it's best Alan, and that big skyWink

saltireblue Plus
8 8.1k 33 Norway
9 Dec 2013 3:47PM
Almost like a cenotaph to the cockle workers who lost their lives on Morecombe Bay some years ago.

Great sense of space and emptiness.


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