Waiting for the tide to turn
- bobsmith (1886)
- [2013-12-29 12:00]
A well handled image. Its obvious the main subject is the two boats in the fore ground, and these are very well placed within the image. But the other two boats, and the buoys, add to the interest. With an assortment of buildings in the background, its difficult to know where to cut them off, but you have done this very well. The focus is good from front to back, as is the exposure. The scene also has good depth.
Overall a very good image that captures some of the essence of beach life in St Ives.
As I was going to St. Ives I met a man with seven wives,
Each wife had seven sacks, each sack had seven cats,
Each cat had seven kits: kits, cats, sacks and wives,
How many were going to St. Ives?
A memorable place to visit.
I like your positioning to use the boats as your subject Jean.
- nicou (50772)
- [2013-12-29 20:33]
superbe vue de ces bâteaux sur le sable à marrée basse toujours très intéressant de voir ces embarcation posée sur le sable avec ces maisons en fond merveilleuse vue.
Bravo et amitié
- jimmyjimmy (127)
- [2013-12-29 23:07]
Now that is an easy way to park the boat. I like the POV with the clear water.. Nice color saturation also. Nice
- mesquens1 (40829)
- [2013-12-30 0:14]
Bom dia Jean,
This crescent of wet sand and boats moored in it is extremely beautiful and tasteful.
My greatest respects.
- swerM (403)
- [2013-12-30 7:11]
Excellent clarity of this image from top to bottom. I like the colourful boats.
- fransx (41704)
- [2013-12-30 23:50]
A nice capture of this panorama with the tide out.
I like the boats on the sand, they create a lovely atmosphere.
Nice buildings in the BG.
A Happy New Year to you and your family.
- Jonathan (13989)
- [2013-12-31 6:41]
Nicely to have captured the colourful boats high and dry.Depth and detail well managed.