Morecambe Sunshine

Posted by Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 9 February 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

A follow up to the photos from the last 2 days

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There's a photo that I've posted here of a streetlamp and steps at night. It's one of my favourite photos with my new DSLR. I've submitted it for publication in JPG magazine. You can vote for it's inclusion if you can manage to get through the registration process

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See The Light from Newcastle, United States

Beautiful, wonderful, light.

9 Feb 2008 7:35am

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

Another excellent image in color, detail and light.

9 Feb 2008 8:38am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Extraordinary, I can feel this photo, full of passion and dreams...the mood is perfect!

9 Feb 2008 11:44am

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

colour+ frame PERFECT, BRAVO

9 Feb 2008 12:19pm

MOHAMMAD from BANDAR ABBAS, Iran

nice shot

9 Feb 2008 12:25pm

Luis Rodrigues from Lisbon, Portugal

Excelent!!! Great catch!

9 Feb 2008 2:01pm

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

As usual, you have a fine eye for color. Comparing this with yesterday's, I think I like yesterday's just a little better because I think the composition was stronger. It's all so subjective, of course, but it had a "tighter" feel to it than this one, which seems just a little loose. And I don't know how I feel about that area of dryer sand (?) at the very foreground -- would the image be better if it were cropped?

9 Feb 2008 2:04pm

Helma from Tehran, Iran

wow ! ... wonderful photo . very nice colors and good composition . thank you.

9 Feb 2008 2:04pm

Faramarz from Tehran, Iran

perfect !

9 Feb 2008 2:20pm

Daroru from Amagasaki, Japan

Lovely sweeping shot and warm colours.

9 Feb 2008 2:23pm

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Spectacular.

9 Feb 2008 3:04pm

Brittney from California, United States

This is a amazing...the timing and the lighting in this shot is great.

9 Feb 2008 4:20pm

Sandrine from Cincinnati, United States

Beautiful! Awesome colors and lighting!

9 Feb 2008 4:42pm

Judit from Montbui, Barcelona, Spain

Nice shot, great colours!

9 Feb 2008 5:34pm

Stefan Thaler from Thiersee, Austria

Wonderful Light, great pic!

9 Feb 2008 7:55pm

greg from Denver, United States

even better than yesterday.. well done!

9 Feb 2008 8:53pm

Jerry from Tampa, United States

Downright GORGEOUS image Ian!

9 Feb 2008 9:19pm

tom from Germany

Wow. Another stunning shot. I love the colors and light.

9 Feb 2008 9:54pm

Stunner from Kingston, Jamaica

Fantastic shot and PoV!

9 Feb 2008 11:58pm

pedro alexandre from loures, Portugal

a greater f would be nice, you lost some details on the boats, the sky is stunning, the tones are beautifull.

11 Feb 2008 11:50pm

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

It is beautiful... that sky again is incredible! Love the light on the boats! (and that goes for yesterday's too... I always seem to be catching up)

13 Feb 2008 2:09am

moodaholic from Denmark

Just great overall.

14 Feb 2008 11:50am

Melissa from Warsaw, United States

Simply stunning! Gorgeous color and composition. Brilliant!

BTW, I've really enjoyed your portfolio. You have an amazing eye for color and detail. Great work, very inspiring.

14 Feb 2008 11:55pm

ZmAjEvA from Belgrade, Afghanistan

High quality on each image, that's what I have to learn from you. ;-)

5 May 2008 10:24pm

@ZmAjEvA: Thanks...you've hit on the hardest part about doing a photoblog that is updated daily...it's a real challenge!

Nikon D40
1/200 second
F/5.6
ISO 200
15 mm (35mm equiv.)

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