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Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2014 11:07PM
On a personal level I would hace cropped this and got rid of the 'beach', the waves have much more to say.
Peter.

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Nikonuser1 Plus
4 108 14 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2014 11:21PM
The sea was pulled into space as gravity failed. Great capture AlanSmileSmile

Cliff
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
3 Aug 2014 11:26PM
You can do what you like with this one Alan.
It would work upside down or backside forwards too !!
Mick.
Irishkate Plus
6 38 102 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 12:19AM
I love the toning Alan - once again that "Je ne sais quio".
Kate GrinGrinGrin
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
4 Aug 2014 12:22AM
Yes, a fairly large crop from the bottom would suit me, too (in more ways than oneSmile Smile)
I think this is, as is, a pretty interesting and provocative abstraction (as proven by the comments)>

Peter
PranavMishra 4 52 17 India
4 Aug 2014 5:35AM
i am sure a lot of these images of shoreline you have got from a well in your backyard, Alan.. Smile
it encompasses a world in this image.. there's sea beneath and high above it rise a snow-land.. and yet somewhere in between is Tibet.. perhaps there is a lake because I see a boat too.. beyond I can see some ridges.. and beneath, between the sea and Tibet, some 'frozen tectonics'.. really a world to explore.. 80% 2D , 20 % 3D.. a world flattened perhaps to fit in the scheme of things.. and I can see sun rising in the east and shadows forming too...
Beautiful image..
4 Aug 2014 5:52AM

Quote:On a personal level I would hace cropped this and got rid of the 'beach', the waves have much more to say.
Peter.



without the beach you can't hear them...
4 Aug 2014 5:53AM

Quote:Yes, a fairly large crop from the bottom would suit me, too (in more ways than oneSmile Smile)


I'll thank you to keep your bottom to yourself, Joline.
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 7:01AM
To me this gives the impression of an aerial shot taken from perhaps 30m in the air, lovely fresh light, nicely worked Alan.
Nigel
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:09AM
Flat Earth theory lives! It's the end of the world and everything is dropping off the edge, into the void.
Moira
Griff2012 4 363 1 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:21AM
What sorcery is this? The depth of texture is tangible, yet I know if I touch a print of this it is smooth and has none of this energetic projection to feel. Then, there is the 'frozen' movement of the waves - dynamic and static in one. You have captured the alchemy of water and presented it as an illusion, a sensory trick.
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:31AM
Aerial photograph was my first thought, too. A blue bird's eye view as it approaches the White Cliffs.
Regards
Bill
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 8:46PM
love the light Smile
marktc Plus
6 86 14 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2014 9:29PM
Another sparkling image that rather looks like ice on a window too... Superb old fella.
glenalva Plus
10 338 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2014 9:25PM
Beautiful.........it would be lovely to see all this series of yours hanging in a gallery all together. Smile

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