On May 6th 2010 the British electorate went to the polls. This is the first time that I have not been in the UK for a General Election, and so with my postal vote secure, and my camera in my hand, I decided to walk on this nearby beach, partly to get away from the news reportage. Little did I realise, with only 20 minutes to go before the polls closed, what chaos would follow for 5 days after the event. The 'ripple effect' as a result of the votes, may lead to big changes.
Sunset photos are over-used I know, but maybe this one is partly due to Eyjafjallajokull.
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finlay (1573) 2010-05-12 2:13
This is a superb shot. The orange pink tone from the sunset is warm and in contrast to the cold blue tones on the sand in the foreground. I like the silhouette from the land formation in the distance. Compositionally you have placed this perfectly as per the the rule of thirds. I also like the shadow that runs between the sea and sand. You have composed the shot so that this runs at a slight diagonal which is easy on the eye. The ripples in sand provide an interesting feature in the foreground area. Good work.
CPD66 (960) 2010-05-12 4:14
beautiful shot, deep rich colours in the sunset, soft ripples in the sand in the foreground. well done on a good composition, chris
PixelTerror (0) 2010-05-12 9:49
Pleasant timing here to have the subtle sunset colors add glow to the water, sky and foreground sand graphism
Have a nice day JY
Ricx (13495) 2010-05-13 14:56
Hi Amelia, a very clever effect.. The politics has been great fun over here- maybe more exciting than for many a year- yup there will be waves and ripples for years to come.. Great sunset .., Rich
ban_man (528) 2010-05-18 8:55
Hi Amelia madam,
It's another superb shot. Great capture of sand layers. But I feel a bit extra blue tone. Still a splendid shot.