Lonely House
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A blended exposure of a coastal scene taken at 4.30am in the seaside village of Black Rock, located on the Irish sea.
· Date: Wed 28-January-2009 · Views: 9381 · Filesize: 64.1KB, 300.1KB · Dimensions: 900 x 562 ·
Rating: ********** 10.00
Keywords: Lonely House
Camera: D300
Lens and Filters: Tokina 12-24
Film and/or ISO: 200
Aperture: 11
Shutterspeed: Various
Location: Blackrock
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Location: Jeddah SA
Posts: 1,686
Wed 28-January-2009 01:37 Rating: 10 

Very nice. Love it.
Location: Albuquerque NM US
Posts: 30
Wed 28-January-2009 02:07

Absolutely sureal. Appreciate your effort and technical ability. Worth every bit of the effort to capture this one.
Location: Bend OR US
Posts: 429
Wed 28-January-2009 09:45

I would never have gotten the exposure right with foreground and the sky, I don't think.
And I know I wouldn't be able to do the layers Smile
Location: IL
Posts: 2
Sat 31-January-2009 08:31

Just finished reading "The Old Man and the Sea", so the picture represents more than an excellent use of available light (and most probably fill light for the foreground). Interesting that the occupants of the "lonely house" are up early for fishing (?). They say a fisherman is early to bed and early to rise... however a photographer has to be even earlier. The difference being that your photograph shows a good catch and the fisherman may make up lies. Fabulous photograph.
Location: Kanab UT US
Mon 02-February-2009 09:31

Outstanding composite and composition, with the subtle highlights being balanced so well. Keeps you there- wondering what the day holds in store for the inhabitants of this lonely house.

Winner of a Best of Nikonians Annual Photo Contest

Location: Montreal QC CA
Posts: 280
Sun 15-February-2009 01:28

Magnificent composition and light.Congrats

Location: CT US
Posts: 86
Sat 21-February-2009 09:23

This is the kind of shot I wish I'd taken...wow. It is stunning. perfection.
Location: IE
Posts: 82
Sun 22-February-2009 02:53

Thankyou all for taking the time to post your kind words, I really appreciate them.