Beach huts on the grassy sand and shingle beach on Hayling Island in Hampshire, England. The huts here vary in size, colour and quality, being a lot less regimented than most other seaside locations.
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krzychu30 (15498) 2014-04-07 0:59
a little bit stronger PP work is in this case more than appropriate.It gives the scene really amazing graphical effect and expressiveness.
What can I say more-I love it!
Have a nice day
Royaldevon (29649) 2014-04-07 1:07
Ha! Ha! Brian, I don't think I fancy this for my lunch, no matter how attractive it may look! Too much tomato ketchup!
Seriously, a fine capture of these huts, one of your signature subjects. Your positioning of the structures makes good guides and an excellent sense of perspective. As always, the sharpness is impeccable.
Have a great week,
dta (66666) 2014-04-07 1:25
Hello Brian ,
For my taste , the PP works well . Exquisite sharpness , perfect exposure and colors . Great framing and pespective of these picturesque huts .
snunney (83885) 2014-04-07 2:10
A well framed composition featuring these beach huts that seem in need of a little tlc. Some creative pp work to accentuate the colours and textures.
tyro (20494) 2014-04-07 3:10
These colourful beach huts are always appealing and they certainly make for some wonderful photographs. I shall never tire of the wonderful way in which you incorporate them into your shots.
As with almost all good photographs, it is the light here and the way you have controlled and managed it that makes this picture so delightful. The deep blue sky makes a fabulous backdrop to these huts and the light and colours on their facades seem almost iridescent against that background. A fine composition too with the distant, somewhat scruffier, hut "sandwiched" between the two main subjects.
Glorious light, fine vibrant colours, perfect exposure and your usual exquisite detail and sharpness.
Romano46 (18454) 2014-04-07 6:41
un soggetto sempre attuale nelle sue infinite varianti, sempre con colori vivaci, attraeenti e in un ambiente di eccellenti colorazioni.
Ciao e buona giornata
Nicou (122146) 2014-04-07 7:18
fantastique ensemble de ce maisonettes de plage quel cadrage trois belle couleur sueprbe iamge très bien pensé et captée.
Bravo et amitié
rychem (23326) 2014-04-07 9:13
Another eye catching photo of your beach huts, they are so colorful, very well captured
dekanski (3322) 2014-04-07 10:22
Very recognizable and very good!
Subhogen (4065) 2014-04-07 11:03
These mundane beach huts definitely look photogenic through your lens. I like the troika of colourful beach huts under the clear blue sky. Excellent light and colour management. Beautiful shot, thanks for sharing.
chawax (19394) 2014-04-07 11:17
Beautiful textures and colours again. It looks like these huts are your favorite subject !
rogerl (1544) 2014-04-07 17:26
Brian, great colors, well post-processed. Nicely composed, largely symmetric but with points of interest on either side. Thanks.
ChrisJ (98056) 2014-04-07 20:11
Lol at the apt title! Good sharpness and well framed and composed. Vibrant colors with a marvelous warm cold colour contrast between the blue sky and the red facades of the 2 beach huts at right. Nicely saturated and excellent density levels. Have a m=nice week!
jjcordier (76416) 2014-04-07 21:13
Bon cadrage donnant la sensation que la "petite" cabane est coincée entre les deux grandes. Lumière et couleurs au top.
macjake (56656) 2014-04-07 23:27
if i had to pick one hut, i'd certainly pick the blue one on the left! thats my favorite.
what can i say my friend? excellent sharpness, exposure, details in the wood...its got everything.
love the blue sky too, wicked colors and ambiance.
see you around
subhendu_bagchi (25735) 2014-04-09 1:56
an interesting sandwich here well captured by you. Funny title. The composition is superb with fine depth and sharpness. Great colours. Excellent shot. Tfs.
kathryn_weir (2056) 2014-04-10 1:37
I love the way you manage to always find new and interesting and photographically captivating views of what must surely be your trade-mark subject :)
Fabulous sharpness, detail and colour management
yquem46 (38734) 2014-04-11 9:05
Glad to find these huts of yours when I come back from cambodia
You're really stupendous !
Best regards, have a nice WE
adores (37153) 2014-05-04 14:11
You have a great series about these colourful huts! I like this composition and the way you framed the three of them, all so colourful and different. Very good colours and quality!
- Copyright: Brian Denton (timecapturer) (48840)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2014-03-04
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture, Ruins
- Camera: Sony Alpha 850 DSLR, Sony F20mm F2.8 SAL
- Exposure: f/18.0, 1/200 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Beach Huts [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2014-04-07 0:56