• One of the gormley ironman, at full res you can see several more running out across the sand!
  • Yes its that windfarm again, you can see the massive service ship doing its thing here
  • The posh houses at Blundelsands
  • It does looks slightly tilted, but could be a) down to the lens and b) the rising land mass at the right edge - Chris Beesley
  • As discussed below, I feel the tilt too, but this is the natural slope of the beach, leveling this as a horizon would mean the windfarm and ironmen would be wonky, which would be worse right?
  • love these details here!!!!!!!! - ~~~johnny~~~
  • Ian I think it is a great shot. Along with the other really good feedback you have been getting I would lighten this area if it were my photo. I think that would really help pull the eye through the image. - Dan Ballard Photography

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From the muddy boots and loaf of bread session, down at Crosby.

So I’ve previously uploaded a crop from this, really I love the colours caught and the shapes in the sand, but I just haven’t been happy with the confluence of directions you are lead through the scene, that and the lack of anything of significance to look at on the thirds, but with the sweep of beach and cloud around to the posh houses lit up down at Blundelsands I think it is worth sharing.

Anyway, see what you think. Have a great day!

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  1. Nick Landells 41 months ago | reply

    Wonderful light and patterns on the mudflats.

  2. M3xx 41 months ago | reply

    Fantastic work!

  3. Trinimusic2008 - Stay blessed 41 months ago | reply

    Amazing shot!
    Post in:


    Your Photo Wins a Heart
    From Heart Awards Group

  4. Kevin-Cheng@Taiwan 41 months ago | reply

    Fantastic image, amazing!

  5. Xerethra 41 months ago | reply

    Beautiful, nice tones and depth.

  6. josemanuelerre 41 months ago | reply

    Great picture! Congrants on Explore!!


  7. Ianmoran1970 41 months ago | reply

    Coming from you, that is a fabulous honour, thank you!

  8. Ianmoran1970 41 months ago | reply

    Haha, i know others have said that, this is really tricky, high contrast images look so different monitor to monitor, the headline shot looked great in work and the second worked better at home, and since others had asked for more gradient I uploaded that, I think I've learned some stuff, and will do another update some time down the line, thanks to you and other who had input on this, I am here to learn as well as to share, ta.

  9. JeremyRambles 41 months ago | reply

    Fabulous colours and textures!

  10. Guido de Kleijn 41 months ago | reply

    Yes Ian, I like your reprocessed version a lot! Great job and very inspiring!!

  11. D*Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ 41 months ago | reply

    magnificent processing

  12. Paolo_Cervesato 41 months ago | reply



    Questo scatto è Fantastico!
    Ci farebbe piacere vederlo pubblicato sul nostro sito:
    www.youCanon.it

  13. cup4tml 41 months ago | reply

    Wow, perfection!

  14. Mark Littlejohn 41 months ago | reply

    Very nice disappearing line of cloud off to the right.

  15. artland 41 months ago | reply

    Congratulations!
    This is a wonderful shot!
    You are invited to post it to:


    artland

  16. ● alex s 41 months ago | reply

    omg love that sky

  17. Margall photography 41 months ago | reply

    wonderful picture and composition
    congrats on your EXPLORE
    have a nice sunday
    Marco

  18. LOlandeseVolante 41 months ago | reply

    Well spotted! It is very well composed and its tones are really beautiful.

    Seen in Explore.

  19. Elizabethfotografía 41 months ago | reply

    Un trabajo exelente para una fotografía maravillosa. Gran captura!!

  20. jakeeAdamss 41 months ago | reply

    this is amazing!

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