Discussion in 'General' started by Dave Farnes, Sep 23, 2019.
Close-up of a pier support.
Gorgeous colours in that algae, almost like an oil painting. I think I'd be tempted to crop it to make it even more abstract by losing the edges of the support. What do you think?
Agreed, on both points - colours and crop. It's REALLY whacky!
Thank you folks.
Here is a cropped version. I see what you mean about making it more abstract, but it looses some of the red rust which I rather like.
I shall be making a return visit, more to see under the pier than I realised.
Looks like oil paint and acrylic. Quite extraordinary. Unfortunately it is a tiny bit out of focus to my ageing eyes, so you'll just have to go back and do it again, Dave!
I think the problem is a bit of camera wobble. Overcast day, not much light under there, shuutter speed was a bit slow.
And no alcohol was involved at all?
Not at noon on Sunday - enjoyed a nice bottle of Merlot in the evening.
Nonsense. It looks like a classic case of pier wobble to me. You were doing everything just fine Dave, it was just a big wave hitting the other end.
The colours are great!
Thank you Chris.
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