ENGLISH: Motivated by Signore Wall's recent photos of the Anzac Bridge and Fishmarkets, I thought I'd show you a photo I took whilst at the Sydney Fishmarkets yesterday.
I brought my mum with me to eat here as she loves seafood. It is my humble opinion that Sydney has the best seafood in the world (although I will entertain argument to the contrary). As she now has to eat a healthy diet, we went mad and ate lobster, prawns and lots of oysters. YUM! And not expensive either. In my Workshop you will see only a part of what we ate.
ITALIANO: Motivato della recente foto del Anzac Bridge e Fishmarkets da Signore Wall, ho volete mostrare una foto ho preso mentre a Sydney Fishmarkets ieri.
Ho portato con me la mia mamma a mangiare qui, come lei ama i frutti di mare. E 'il mio umile parere che Sydney ha le migliori frutti di mare nel mondo (anche se mi intrattenere argomento in senso contrario). Come lei ha ora di mangiare una dieta sana, siamo andati pazza e mangiava aragoste, gamberi e un sacco di ostriche. YUM! E non sia costoso. Nel mio Workshop si vedrà solo una parte di quello che abbiamo mangiato.
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burraburra (1219) 2009-05-14 20:16
I am drawn to your rustic looking shot of this moored boat. Colours are excellent.
I love the peeling paint on the deck. Great POV. I love this photo. Nice creation.
serp2000 (44682) 2009-05-14 20:28
Good morning, Lisa,
Superb! Excellent shot, fine sharpness and nice colours! TFS!
PixelTerror (0) 2009-05-14 21:46
A nice detail you've seen here, and harbours are mines for such ones, the alternances of highlights and dark red areas is very pleasant.
Have a nice day JY
barrufeto_77 (28886) 2009-05-14 23:48
A nice detail of the boat. Good POV. I also like the blurred blackground.
Longroute (19396) 2009-05-15 0:07
Le barche sono la mia passione... specie quelle in legno.
Mi piacerebbe vedere di più di questa barca per sapere che modello è, what kind of rigging she has, etc..
Hai trovato una bellissima luce che ti ha dato dei bei colori molto intensi, e naturalmente mi piace questa composizione dove si può vedere questa vecchia prua con la vernice scrostata.
archimatica (20638) 2009-05-15 1:52
Che scorpacciata di frutti di mare!
Certo che ci sono i migliori frutti, vivete in una terra grandissima e ancora incontaminata.
Bella sensazione tramessa con una foto, mi è piaciutà l'idea!
rikko77 (10861) 2009-05-15 1:54
bellissimo particolare ripreso con un'ottima luce...i frutti di mare non ti hanno impedito di scattare una bella foto :-)
have a nice day,
Floydian (30970) 2009-05-15 1:58
Details, but also serene with the calm water and the contrast in red and blue. Light is low, which brings a kind of warm glow over the image and i like your tight framing, shows exactly what you want your intension was....very nice.
snunney (101554) 2009-05-15 2:32
A well framed composition of this fishing boat. Good use of depth of field combined with good colours and clarity. I like the textures in the weather worn woodwork and the way that shadow falls across the mooring post. I am sure there are many French people able and willing to take up your argument ;-)
aadilj (18102) 2009-05-15 4:38
This is well compsoed Lisa. I like the sharpness and like the way you have handled the deep rich hues
Charo (51212) 2009-05-15 14:27
A very original frame with great detail and wonderful light and colors. Well seen.
pineapple (74) 2009-05-15 15:35
WOW... gorgeous photo, I love the peeling wood, the bright sunlight on the boat, ropes and stays. ...aaaahhh... I'd love to get out sailing again!
phwall (6785) 2009-05-15 17:57
Nice composition, very tidy, very tidy indeed. I like the way you have used the short DOF to get more depth into the image and at the same time focus the attention onto the leading part of the image. Foe me, I'd liked to have seen a bit more detail in the shadow area bottom right, to see the reflection in the water.
Very nice shot, classic stuff.
Silvio1953 (146565) 2009-05-16 3:39
Eh Lisa, vacci piano con le ostriche, lasciane un po' anche a me..
Bella composizione con il dettaglio della barca ben colorata, appetitoso il ws, brava, ciao Silvio
rlrad (1845) 2009-05-16 4:24
As a person who enjoys food, I wish you had posted the oysters up front here - wow, those things are meaty! I probably would have had to had a couple of Mom's on top of mine...
This shot isn't bad, either, though, probably a technically better photograph - I can't tell you because if I look at the oyster shot for too long I get hungry. Being halfway decrepit myself, I do enjoy decrepit, old and neglected wooden things such as this, too. The photo is very sharp, lots of great detail and a dark, mysterious shadow in the foreground. Where are all the pelicans, though? I have to dig up one of my Florida seafood dock shots, you couldn't take the lens cap off your camera without a bird jumping in the frame...
Anyway, nice combination! Have a great weekend - I'm still trying to catch up on things, lots to get done this weekend so no time to upload this morning!
alftrek (3270) 2009-05-18 17:40
I must salute you for your fine work on TE, including this one, still water, good light, nice colours and top technical quality for an interesting subject. I like the paint peeling from the old boat.
I love fresh oysters, that is why I hate you just today for posting photo of it (in WS)when I can't even smell it in front me in the LCD screen...::))))).
Have a nice day
- Copyright: Lisa DP (delpeoples) (58804)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-05-14
- Categories: Food
- Camera: Canon 30D, Canon 24-105 f4 L IS USM
- Exposure: f/8, 1/640 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2009-05-14 18:43