The Old Pier
- suzley (23928)
- [2012-07-02 6:50]
The detail of textures are what catch my eye, very impressive with the light over these foreground blocks, the lone bouy has its place here. tfs
- nicou (50772)
- [2012-07-02 11:15]
merveilleuse vue et iamge superbe compo et captage quelle vue quel compo et image avec les beau rocher et la tache orange grandisoe compo.
Bravo et amitiť
- jean11-3 (16374)
- [2012-07-02 12:23]
Hello Joy,a very sharp shot, I feel as if I am actually standing there!I love all the detail of the fg rocks and seaweed.
This could only be Scotland, there is a certain feeling of wilderness about it, hard to define.
My eyes keep coming back to the buoy, and then looking beyond to the open sea.Good shot.
Tfs, regards Jean.
- ckuhn55 (2857)
- [2012-07-02 13:45]
Not an easy photograph to edit. I was looking for names and places from your photos of Scotland. I won a trip there for a family 4 in 2008. Airfare from USA (Calif.)car, hotel and food. A family of 4 traveling in Scotland can be expensive for US Citizen due the exchange rate. You did well here with PS and I enjoyed your other photos. Cheers
- wbriques (3611)
- [2012-07-05 5:10]
This will be a perfect opportunity for a nice HDR shot. Nevertheless, you took a great advantage of the river lines and contrasts.
- eldancer1 (23784)
- [2012-07-11 9:27]
I like the way the lines are all converging to a distant point. Good lighting and dof with nice details. Wonderful colors with good saturation. Very well done, tfs.
A characteristic shot of Scotland with an inlet and rocky terrain. Nice composition although I would like to have seen a bit more of the cliff on the right and less on the left. I look forward to seeing your other Scottish shots.