This old fisherman's hut on Dungeness Beach has seen better days. Surrounded and draped in old fishing nets and ropes the beach here is strewn with debris. The nuclear power station and a few coastguard cottages can be seen in the distance.
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Nicou (105851) 2013-10-31 2:20
quelle compo fnatastique vue et image cette vielle cabane couvertes de filets quel tons et vue et le rendu sur le premier plan grandisoe compo.
Bravo et amitié
emka (64150) 2013-10-31 2:24
Hi brain, How piocturesque the old rusty huts can be. beautiful compo made in marvelous light, as is usual for you. great shot.
snunney (72728) 2013-10-31 3:03
What a lovely composition, perfectly framed and with beautiful warm light and colours. Depth of field is superb. Great work, I like it very much.
mesutilgim (73046) 2013-10-31 3:17
Very nice capture of this nets and ropes with good pov and layout.
Perfect sharpness. The pebbels at the foreground adds a unique taste to your compo.
TFS and best regards
mjw364 (6142) 2013-10-31 4:01
Nets and ropes eh? Sounds like your are advertising for an S & M dungeon!
Nice muted warm colours and characteristic sharpness and clarity.
TFS - have a good day.
SnapRJW (23678) 2013-10-31 4:51
The more I see of this location, the more I would love to visit it Brian. The derelict old shed draped with colourful nets looks wonderful in the warm light. I can imagine that the charm of the location would quickly evaporate save for the excellent light conditions. Very nicely done. Warm regards Rosemary
ChrisJ (91290) 2013-10-31 6:31
The thumbnail doesn't do this justice with the incredible amount of fine detail only view-able upon opening the bigger picture, and the subtle tonal, textural and colour variations. I like the rust red fishing nets in the bg contrasting against the blue grey sky. Perfect sharpness and well composed. Tfs!
olive224 (2553) 2013-10-31 6:40
Always this amazing light and you special kind of post process ;)
I like the idea of the nets and ropes !
A great capture
Romano46 (11535) 2013-10-31 9:48
riconosco il posto delle foto precedenti, ma questa volta sei arretrato rispetto alla spiaggia che appare del tutto invisibile, ma anche in questa si nota la tia solita cura per i dettagli, la composizione e il paesaggio.
Ciao e buona serata
willperrett (4079) 2013-10-31 11:14
I still haven't been to Dungeness! I'm helping my daughter to move house in Brighton next week, so maybe I'll take a wee detour when I'm in that direction. This is a very good piece of work. The landscape is far from "beautiful" in the conventional sense, with rusting rail tracks, ruins, and what I take to be the power station in the background. Nevertheless, it's beautifully shot and makes a fine image.
macjake (45588) 2013-10-31 12:05
so is this your Halloween photo for today! haha
I think it can work just as well :)
that old wreck of a shack works as a spooky subject.
and of course whats a Brian photo without alot of sharply photographed pebbles and stones :)
cool to see a Nuclear Power station in the bg, we don't see those too often on TE.
williewhistler (9873) 2013-10-31 13:08
the square format works ever so well here,with good use being made of the lovely light.
The textures of the ropes and pebbles complement those of the old shed perfectly.
All the best Les.
jjcordier (67270) 2013-10-31 23:36
Tu as réussi à composer une photo très belle à partir de ces éléments à priori peu attrayants, jouant parfaitement avec la lumière, les matières et la couleur.
Gigidusud (10298) 2013-11-01 1:30
Original composition with splendid light and great perspective. Well done!
Royaldevon (21485) 2013-11-01 2:10
Good Morning Brian,
I recognised the railway track and remembered where you had taken these shots.
You have captured a scene utterly full of contrasting textures; they are almost palpable! You have a fine link between the ropes in the f/g and the twisting, focal orange net.
There is a warm light which bathes the whole scene.
Have a lovely day,
dkmurphys (42527) 2013-11-01 7:23
Very artistic composition here. I like the subjects and the perfect quality of the image. Well done.
Have a great weekend.
subhendu_bagchi (21090) 2013-11-01 8:14
hello Brian, another interesting view. Wisely composed with the ropes in FG and placing the little fisherman's hut at back. Superb depth and sharpness. Clarity is very good. Excellent one. Tfs.
annjackman (15541) 2013-11-02 7:01
I like the direction that you took this as so many photographers take pictures from the other direction blotting out the power station. A very unique place and this picture sums up the isolation of this flat landscape. For me it is the colour of the orange netting that catches my attention. The pile of old netting in the FG is an important element and I like the old rail leading past the derelict hut. I wonder whether it still stands after the big storm.
Kind Regards, Ann
- Copyright: Brian Denton (timecapturer) (37124)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-06-06
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture, Ruins
- Camera: Sony Alpha 850 DSLR, Sony F20mm F2.8 SAL
- Exposure: f/18.0, 1/8 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-10-31 2:19