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Broken seabed
Lens: Samyang 24mm Camera: K-1 Photo Location: Zwarte Haan, the Netherlands ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/30s Aperture: F9 
Posted By: Fries, 05-20-2020, 03:58 PM

At low tide the seabed becomes visible and transform in a kind of salt flats. Add some really nice evening light and a fitting cloud cover and there you have it; a nice landscape begging to be transformed into a photo. At least that is how it feels to me. And I listen to these urges!

Cheers,

Remco


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Wonderful image Remco, print it and hang it on a wall. (if you still have room)
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Beautiful photograph. Colour, composition, also really have this scene metered well. I agree with Heinrich, print and hang in a favoured spot on a wall.
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Wonderful image Remco, print it and hang it on a wall. (if you still have room)
Thanks Heinrich! I already have three large prints hanging behind me. If I hang more my living room becomes a gallery... And I have several prints left over from a exposition some time ago. So adding more to the pile doesn't make sense!

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Beautiful photograph. Colour, composition, also really have this scene metered well. I agree with Heinrich, print and hang in a favoured spot on a wall.
Les, thank you for that wonderful compliment!

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Great landscape well done
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Broken seabed
Fine imagery.

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I listen to these urges!
Beware as these will get you into trouble...
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A beautiful image and terrific composition!
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Alien yet beautiful at the same time. Nice one, as always, Remco.

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Great landscape well done
Thank you!

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Fine imagery.
Thanks!


Beware as these will get you into trouble...
I'll keep that in mind.

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A beautiful image and terrific composition!
Thanks Todd! It alway's get's a bit frantic when everything around me starts to reach it's crescendo and whilst I am looking around for the best angle to do it justice. I enjoy that and even more when my choices are validated like this.

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Alien yet beautiful at the same time. Nice one, as always, Remco.

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Thanks Jer! Much appreciated.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Fries Quote
At low tide the seabed becomes visible and transform in a kind of salt flats. Add some really nice evening light and a fitting cloud cover and there you have it; a nice landscape begging to be transformed into a photo. At least that is how it feels to me. And I listen to these urges!

Cheers,

Remco
Beautiful shot Fries!
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