Taken during a walk around the small harbour of Brancaster Staithe. The small fishing and sailing community on the North Nofolk coast is a delight to explore with its salt marshes and creeks. In the WS I show an artist capturing the lovely view.
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timecapturer (37412) 2013-10-12 5:51
beach debris makes such good subjects. Certainly enough of it in my home town. This is a beautiful marine still life and cropped both interestingly and artistically. Like it a lot!
Enjoy your weekend - Brian.
snunney (73032) 2013-10-12 5:56
Lots of diverse objects to be seen in this well presented sea life. Very surprising what is revealed at low tide. I like the angle of view and the framing. Clarity is excellent.
Nicou (106237) 2013-10-12 7:46
quelle vue et compo avec ces cordages et le pieux de bois sueprbe captage et vraiment dommage tous ces déchets rejetés par la mer et jetés à l'eau par le hommes, quelle vue.
Bravo et amitié
macjake (45832) 2013-10-12 7:54
have you been hanging out with our friend Brian in England! lol
he's been posting alot of low tide type of photos lately :)
Isn't it funny how 'garbage' type subjects like this can be used also as subjects for artists, i love that!
you took advantage of some sweet light and warmth to get this photo and it worked out well.
enjoy your weekend
saxo042 (33990) 2013-10-12 8:07
All these junk items are very nicely arranged and there is, without doubt, a very artistic feeling around this picture. There are even some red eye-catching parts too. When we have been on the Brittany coast in France, we have used the low tide to pick cockles...
A fine workshop picture too here!
lousat (64563) 2013-10-12 8:23
HI Ann,very original and artistic pic,there is all needs to fishing in your pic,old pieces taken in a beautiful composition,perfect details and colors,i wish to tell you more but my english is very bad..ehehe...have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
bukitgolfb301 (32746) 2013-10-12 13:11
Hi dear Ann
Wow greatly impressive iamge for usual objects from your own unusual points. Very appealing shot via so clear and sharp way, cotaing so many implications as usual.
All the best and have a good weekend! Takero
krzychu30 (12859) 2013-10-12 14:00
nice composition with lots of details we can discover and admire.I like your close-up view and this exceptional light,which helps you to bring out so many details of the scene and to present them to us so nicely.
Creative approach to the subject!
Have a nice sunday
daddo (20669) 2013-10-12 15:39
Hi Ann. I can live with junk like this, but when I see plastic (and think of the harm it does to marine life) and polystyrene, then I get the shivers. Some of the objects here were part of the community's pursuits and as such make us wonder.Regards. Klaudio
SnapRJW (23982) 2013-10-12 23:37
Hello Ann - Not something I would naturally choose as a photographic subject so I admire your investigative eye. A difficult subject this collection of debris and tricky to find a meaningful composition. I think you have done well here. I can see definite lines of structure created by the post and the angle of the net bag and the mooring ropes. An interesting collection of marine ephemera which makes me wonder what we would see if the sea were drained! Have a lovely Sunday. Rosemary
Cricri (92527) 2013-10-13 4:03
Une compo original, intéressant de voir toutes ces pièces rejeté par la mer, excellent détails et couleurs
pyffepa (625) 2013-10-13 9:03
When I'm going to see, I like to walk along the water with my eyes pointing on the ground and examining the variety of natural and un-natural rubbishes brought by tide.
Your photograph bring me back in the same emotion when I'm imagining the history of that objects.
Thank you for that and the great quality of your picture.
ChrisJ (91360) 2013-10-13 12:42
The thumbnail doesn't do this justice so it was a surprise on opening the bigger picture to find a well composed intertidal still life! Good sharpness, colour and saturation. Good to see an almost complete absence of other detritus too such as plastic bags, paper cups and bottles and cigarette buts that mar the beaches in many Asian countries. Just the mussel shells, which belong in this scene. Tfs!
boa (4693) 2013-10-13 13:52
not a pretty view when all junk under the sea are visible, but you have managed to make a nice diagonal composition of it. Please, give me a note if you find an antique motorcycle :D
Crisp and clear shot, Tfs!
Have a nice evening.
fabbs99 (11396) 2013-10-13 23:45
Excellent shot Ann,
Very well done,TFS.