Published: Saturday 9th of July 2005 10:14:51 PM
Lovely composition, colour and mood.
ottima inquadratura e colore! Congratulazioni! Ciao.
Sometimes you don't need any words.
Thanks for your feedback, KEN T.: Thanks. It was quite warm indeed. DAILY PHOTO: Glad you like this. JOSH: Thanks. Shot NEF with tripod mounted D2X at lowest ISO, 18mm focal length, f14, manual focused on to pillar & base, so hyperfocal should be sufficient. Yes, it's all sharp. JIM: Thanks for your comment. KIM: Always thankful of your feedback. SONDRA: Thanks for commenting. DAVID: Thank you for such a nice comparison. ^_^ LINDA: Very good analysis of what's going on in the image, Linda! Always grateful for your insights. COLIN: Thanks, Colin. Certainly appreciate it. RAFIK: Thanks for checkin this out. CHERLYN: Thanks for visiting. WAYNE: Appreciate it. JAYME: Yeah, they probably didn't have this in mind when making that thirds rule. ^_^ HOWARD: Thanks, Howard. MARTINO: Grazie! DOC: Thanks for your comment. Wilson ^_^
great lighting beautiful image
If you can view this image at 200% and if the entire image is sharp from foreground all the way to the back, you have really nailed the sharpness. From what I can see looks like you've executed it really well. The detail, the color and the framing. gj
Eyes drawn in to the boat. The boat goes well with the other objects in the view.
Excellent warm lightings & beautifully composed.
Wonderful soft lighting and composition. Another beauty.
Parrish came to my mind, too. The boat adds an important third element, forming the leading edge of the triangle...from porch >lighthouse >boat....and all in the same colors. Then without the competition of a sunsetted sky, the elements become stronger, still. This had been an excellent series, Wilson!
Works for me. You caught some sweet light on this one Wilson
Maxfield move over... Very Nicely done! It reminds me of a Maxfield Parrish illustration with your beautiful capture of the golden lighting.
Very nice, Wilson, love the colors and detail. Cheers, Sondra
Very nice shot and nice color tones, good work!
A huge space, a huge sevenseven impression.
The golden light picks out the elements of the shot beautifully. Nice timing too!
This is getting like your "Needle" series - each one unique and so well done. Nice lighting here, Wilson.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson- the light here is so wonderful and soft, it's just beautiful. Plus, the composition is really nice on this one! A neat variation on the rule of thirds!
"Last Light in Mukilteo," Washington State Ferry & Mukilteo Lighthouse. Another view of Mukilteo lighthouse. Works for you?