On the banks of the Charente


Sry

Link Posted 13/01/2021 - 22:37
A few from this past summer - on the shuttle boat from Rochefort to the isle of Aix. Not that I don't appreciate all those beautiful frosty, snowy pictures that have been cropping up here, but I do need a reminder that we are on track - spring and summer will be back!

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LennyBloke

Link Posted 14/01/2021 - 09:45
I know I've said it before - but your B&W processing is beautifully done. This is a lovely little set, I can visualise them printed large and hung in a long room - keep em coming
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walkeja

Link Posted 14/01/2021 - 11:20
All crying for colour, otherwise just shades of grey blobs. Sorry.
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Benz3ne

Link Posted 14/01/2021 - 12:05
walkeja wrote:
All crying for colour, otherwise just shades of grey blobs. Sorry.

I can sort of see where you're coming from at the size on my screen. I think viewed bigger they would be a textural feast for the eyes.
The boats one in particular sings to me, and I agree with LennyBloke that your abilities with B&W is spot on.

Sry

Link Posted 14/01/2021 - 19:50
Thank you for your thoughts LennyB and Benz3ne. And thanks for the chuckle, walkeja.

cardiffgareth

Link Posted 15/01/2021 - 11:13
Nice!

I think no.4 works the best as it gives strong vertical and horizontal lines that give tension, and the image has a symmetrical look.
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Sry

Link Posted 17/01/2021 - 17:38
I agree Gareth, 4 is definitely the more dynamic one. The others lean towards the wistful side...
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