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Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 1:56AM
You've done it again. Another superb work of art Alan.
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23 Apr 2014 2:27AM
It reminds me of a high water level. Very interesting image Alan.
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 7:09AM
Great technique and processing with very effective impressionistic result, lovely tones and light.
Nigel
Nikonuser1 Plus
3 25 10 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 7:25AM
This is even better than yesterdays for me Alan, excellentSmile

Cliff
23 Apr 2014 7:39AM
exotic to us all, regardless of which corner of earth we inhabit..
magnificent.. .. truly depicts the depth and endlessness of the sea.. it invokes the feeling of humility and a great feeling that we have reached a destination.. we have reached one edge of the world..
the interaction between the land and the sea is sublime.. they fuse to depict the oneness..
the ever present flow that runs from top to bottom, weaves everything in one thread..
this is an ode..
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
23 Apr 2014 7:51AM
The effect is sublime, not convinced about the sharp horizon yet. Will come back for another look after the caffeine has kicked in!

Dave
mlseawell 6 1 United States
23 Apr 2014 8:06AM
Another "wow"! Lovely capture. Seriously Alan, this should be in a gallery!

Mark
mrswoolybill Plus
9 926 1462 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 8:30AM
Dave has picked up on the sharp horizon, it was the second thing that registered with me, after the foreground reeds. (There's also another sharp horizontal a bit below the horizon, on the left side). I like the hint of darkness above the horizon but the sharpness is just a bit too, well, sharp I think. It works against the sense of depth, give a 2-D feel. But an interesting development.
Moira
23 Apr 2014 8:38AM
Yes, I'm starting to think maybe I went a bit too far with that horizon... boosting contrast in the sky contributed to that. I might try taking it down a bit. The other horizontal bit was actually sunlight reflecting on the water.
...And there are no reeds. It's pebbles + ICM, and a few added pencil marks.
23 Apr 2014 8:46AM
Beautiful - makes me think of Monet!
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 8:57AM
I shall abstain from the discussion of sharpness, straight lines and so on.
It's more a question of "Now you Seaham, now you don't" BlushBlushBlush

Utterly grateful for your U.A. "Mad as a whelk" - I like it!

Regards
Bill
jadus 4 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 9:28AM
For me Alan this is not as strong as 'the fence'. It does not have the strength of a powerful focal point to hold the image together. I have a painter friend who is tyrannised by the line between sea and sky - he calls it the tyranny of the horizon and I am wondering if it needs to be quite that strong? I like the slight curve in the waves and how this balances with the horizon line.

Jade
Irishkate Plus
5 33 97 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2014 11:52AM
Another work of art Alan - interesting comments re horizon line - kind agree there.
In fact I like the image below the horizon line but it is a lovely blend of sky and sea - so
lots of variations.
I too thought the f/g was reeds - love the ICM.
Kate GrinGrinGrin
marktc 5 85 14 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2014 1:16PM
Very nice. i REALLY like the sharp horizon, it adds a sense of reality to the dreamy softness of the remainder os the image. Another top class piece of art Alan. nicely done.
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2014 2:54PM
I am with Mark about the horizon, I like it as it is.....
Love the whole image exept for one small thing. Thats the totally white rectangle under the horizon on the left, just feel it needs something.......
Brilliant work all the sameGrin
Diane

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