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NOT PUT INTO THE MONTHLY THINGY–AS IT HAS A BIT OF TOPAZ–AJUST-CLASSIC–LOW KEY .
Lovely Ken. Very tranquil.
Lovely image Ken. I had some of Ayr harbours fishing fleet in full colour negatives, damned if I can find them now. If I could I would have entered them.
Well spotted Ken. Sometimes a little says a lot. What does it look like up side down if you get my drift?
Lovely, peaceful photo, Ken. (I wonder how would it look if you cropped off the real boat at the top of the frame entirely?) Love the colour palette, too.
THANKS ALL- YES IAN –WILL DO. Went for a recce. with a view to summer shots. You will know Rudyard Ian–took this from high up on the walkway at the car park end, looking down of course..
Thanks for trying the crop, Ken. I quite like the graphic simplicity it creates. What do you reckon?
(I keep meaning to get over to Rudyard lake, but haven’t managed a trip yet. Looks a good place.)
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