Published: Sunday 31st of October 2004 12:18:42 PM
This works wonderfully with the movement from foreright to back left. It's an image of contrasts from dark powerful shore to calm bright waters on the horizon. The row of stumps also helps to lead the eye to the rest of the picture on the right. Lovely shot.
Layers Yes, a stunning piece of work. In addition to what has already been said of this, I like the layered structure of the photo... first, the rocks, then the breaking waves, then the flowing water... and then the stilts, then horizon and finally the heavenly light from above...
100! 100 Maresias. Congratulations.
Steve J Murray
Love the flowing water!
Jan Olof Härnström
Very nice. Top rates.
Nice composition! 7/7
WOW! You are a master of the black and white!
I agree with Olli. What a nice shot! Superb.Congrats.
Gary Rowlands - Manchester, UK
The sea is alive. You have captured the moment. Superb.
Very aesthetic seascape, good use of perspective. Regards, Carsten
Great work again
I love this "living " Black + White.You have captured this relaxing scene perfectly - I can almost feel that wave washing around my feet.
Film fan Nana this is superb. As another viewer said, I too imagine myself there. You don't give many details, but maybe you used - Orange/Red filter; 1/30th sec; f32? That lens is also very sharp.
Nana Sousa Dias
Ashley: The filter was an Orange/red, 23A. Exposure was 1/8s @ f22. This lens doesn't close more than f22 and yes, you're right, it's very sharp. It's the lens I use the most, with my Pentax 67 and Pentax 645.
Nana, Nice feeling of action with the wave surge! Loren Sattler