Yesterday we visited Perranporth, which is a small seaside town on the North Cornwall coast.
The white waves are known as `White Horses`.
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snunney (85543) 2014-05-14 2:18
Really can't understand why there are no previous critiques for this one, except that TE seems to have had a shortage of visitors of late. Hopefully,that won't be a permanent thing. Anyway, I really like this composition. The point of view and the framing are both excellent. The scene is well balanced with a pleasing division between land, sea and sky. Well exposed with agreeable light and natural colours. The motion in the incoming tide is very well realised. Well done!
arnie (1803) 2014-05-14 2:57
Great capture of the beach at Perranporth, Good POV with the rail leading the eye to the sea and beach giving depth. Many years since we stayed in Perranporth. TFS
daddo (24529) 2014-05-14 4:41
Hi Gladys. The white horses are in a race as to who will reach the shore first. Lovely panorama, fine light and an interesting composition that includes strong lines. Regards. Klaudio.
jhm (140585) 2014-05-14 5:02
We get almost a painting to we see, the waves on the sea are perfect lines
Also the occlusion cares for a attractive picture
Nice perspective and depth picture, nice cloudy sky too.
Excellent composition, colours and presentation be superb.
Sharpness and clarity are excellent made.
Very well done, TFS.
holmertz (42235) 2014-05-14 7:50
In Swedish these waves are called "white geese" (vita gäss), but they still look the same. This is a fine view with very nicely managed light and beautiful colours. The wooden fence makes a fine diagonal.
rychem (24534) 2014-05-14 9:22
I like this photo very much, fantastic view with excellent diagonal composition, perfect study of waves, great depth and clarity
siudzi (34047) 2014-05-14 13:05
Like this landscape post a lot due to the beautifully managed elegant composition, perfect quality and lovely mood of the scene. Very well done! TFS.
fotka (3621) 2014-05-16 5:53
Beautiful path along the coast for a walk even in windy day.
The white waves changed the water to be more interesting.
The photo has nice shadow of the fence, as well colors, light and sharpness.
Have a nice weekend,
PaulVDV (23013) 2014-05-16 9:51
Probably sometimes these waves become 'wild horses' too.
The diagonal line of the fence contributes to the good composition, adds good depth and makes the foreground attractive.
This is really a very beautiful coastline. Wish we had this in my country.
Best regards, Paul
fritzi007 (6619) 2014-05-18 14:10
beautiful landscape colors, very good information, very well done, congratulations!
COSTANTINO (56763) 2014-05-23 21:34
Good morning and have a nice weekend
excellent capture from the best chosen
point of view showing the great dynamism
of the sea with those wild waves
your notes are very useful and as
you write the white waves are known as
white horses but in my counry the
waves are known as white sheep
pleasant scenery with classical colors
have a nice weekend
fanni (14381) 2014-05-27 2:41
this photo looks a bit like a painting - thanks to these picturesque "white horses" which enliven the view a lot :) Excellent composition, beautiful natural colours. I wouldn't mind taking a walk there!:)
cornejo (32722) 2014-05-31 4:07
Hello Gladys, very good photograph of this beautiful and interesting composition in this beautiful place, very well captured in this interesting and beautiful image with good sharpness, depth, light, color and quality. Excellent and interesting job well done, congratulations my friend. Thanks for sharing this beautiful work.
Good afternoon and happy Sunday.
Warm greetings from southern Spain.
jmdias (56579) 2014-06-09 17:58
excellent use of the fence in the foreground. the landscape ahead is very beautiful and the successive waves created a sense of movement. nice job.
- Copyright: Gladys Bennett (jadesgran) (5357)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2014-05-13
- Categories: Daily Life, Nature
- Camera: FinePix S4500
- Exposure: f/10.0, 1/140 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-05-13 22:06