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photoblog image Some rocks, some seaweed, water and cliffs
Dave Carrington 27 Nov 2007, 00:18
Lovely shot! Tones are superb, Mike.
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Thanks Dave, I would really like to post something new or new/different but I am currently camera-less. Still, the camera is on order and I've got myself a push-bike and I'm hoping to get out and about around the city to take some shots. Mike

Red Pen 27 Nov 2007, 00:25
The subtle colors are very relaxing and lovely.
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Thanks for the positive comment - I do like the way long exposures flatten out any movement in the water which adds to the calm feel of these shots. Mike

Florence 27 Nov 2007, 05:24
Oh Mike ! Colours, colours, colours...
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Hi Florence and thanks for looking - appreciated. As you know, the bulk of my archive is coastal landscapes and I especially like making these early morning, long-exposure shots. Mike

Stan 27 Nov 2007, 05:34
I agree with Florence. Great as usual
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Hi Stan, thanks for the feedback - I consider this to be an "old" shot (from earlier in the year) - what I really want to do now is try something a bit different. Mike

pixelpixie from Great Britain (UK) 27 Nov 2007, 14:23
Quality work Mike. The colours and mood are devine.
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Hi pixelpixie - glad you like the shot. Overall I am pleased with this one but the area below the large rock where it reflects in the water is a little noisy - this is probably due to the long exposure time - luckily it really only shows up in this area (at least on my monitor). Mike

Rosalyn Sears from United Kingdom 27 Nov 2007, 15:27
Beautiful, soothing and I like very much. (:o)
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Thanks Rosalyn - your comments are always appreciated. I try to post shots I have taken at the time but this one is from earlier in the year as I have nothing new at the moment. Mike

Richard Standley from France 27 Nov 2007, 16:37
Great colours. The water seems iced
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Hi Richard - yeah, the look of the water is the result of a long exposure at a time when the sea was calm anyway. Also, I tend to use the clone tool and/or healing brush tool in Photoshop to remove any flotsam and jetsam all of which helps to present a nice calm, flat body of water.! Mike

Ann 27 Nov 2007, 16:59
The colors catched me from home page ... I don't regret it !!! Nice photo !!! Ann
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Thanks Ann - glad you liked the photo! Mike

tim hitchins from uk 27 Nov 2007, 17:44
thats a beautiful photo Mike, well done.
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Hi Tim - and thanks for the feedback. This one came from a successful (I think) batch of shots I took early one morning here in South Wales. This was earlier in the year as I have nothing new to post at the moment. Mike

Bill Phillips from Droitwich 27 Nov 2007, 18:56
adds up to a very good picture Michael.
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Thanks for the positive comments which have cheered me up after a day spent in the wet building a brick wall! Mike

Ellie from here on my chair 27 Nov 2007, 23:01

What's happened to your camera?
Michael Bryant-Plenty: Hi Ellie, my D50 is no more : a victim of the salty brine!! Never mind, my D80 arrived today - and a 17-35mm lens!! Oh yeah, and one of those plastic bag thingys which you can put over your camera and lens whilst standing in the sea!!!!!! Mike

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