Another shot of these amazing Swedish fishing huts. One advantage of not using a tripod is the ability to move rapidly around the scene and capture the light and subject material from different directions. I know a booklet exists that contains information about them, but it does not seem to be available on the internet.
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jhm (122314) 2012-09-02 3:06
Maybe a little bit dark but a lovely light and depth in background.
Also your subject makes your image pleasant.
This everything in a rural area.
Excellent compositio, sharpness and clarity are fantastic.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a nice Sunday,
anupam06 (745) 2012-09-02 7:46
Though the huts lack a bit of light and hence missing some details, I thought the way you have managed the light in the foreground as well as in the backdrop, is simply fantastic. Lovely composition, great quality and an evening captured so beautifully.
TFS & have a nice Sunday.
saxo042 (31790) 2012-09-02 22:55
A dark but certainly very attractive picture from this beautiful island. The picture has many painting-like qualities and you have captured a strong feeling of drama with these colours.
Royaldevon (17713) 2012-09-07 0:36
You did well to capture this scene with such clarity without the use of a tripod, when the light was fading. Speaking of the light, it is so attractive, as it lights a section of the sky and emphasises the gathering of small, fluffy clouds.
I like the use of the texturedf/g.
Your shot is well composed and, for me, has many qualities of a painting.
Have a lovely w/e,
mjdundee (4657) 2012-09-07 3:21
Good catch of a dramatic light scenery in a tricky exposure situation that you have managed very well.
I would like to see a crop from the right that takes away approx half of the roof and a little bit from the rocks in the foreground from below.
Have a nice WE,
willperrett (2949) 2012-09-12 11:13
I've been away from the site for a couple of weeks, so missed this when you posted it. What an amazing photograph. What's it doing only attracting 10 points (so far)?? The contrast between the setting sun and the dark foreground is superb, and the moody atmosphere created is spendid. Without compromising the mood, I wonder if there's any detail to be found in the darkest areas? It's going straight into my favourites.
CLODO (24672) 2012-09-15 4:45
superb light catch, but a little too dark for my taste, mainly on the houses.
- Copyright: Trevor Moffiet (trevormoffiet) (925)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-07-05
- Categories: Nature, Architecture, Ruins, Decisive Moment
- Exposure: f/3.2, 1/60 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): Tjorn Sweden [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2012-09-02 2:23
- Favorites: 1 [view]