A Walk on the Beach

Posted by Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 23 April 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Photographed near the ancient village of Bardsea on the NW coast of England.

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Sharon from Brooklyn, United States

This is great. Absolutely beautifully composed and converted to b/w. The big white border really works nicely too.

23 Apr 2008 5:04am

@Sharon: Thanks Sharon....The white border that I now use on all my photos was a tip from a very talented graphic designer called John Leech http://www.leechdesign.co.uk/

treehouse productions from whale beach, Australia

yeah this one's cool. the border does actually help the space & tones of the shot. good one.

23 Apr 2008 5:25am

@treehouse productions: Thanks very much.....this is a photo from the north side of Morecambe Bay. It's a very dramatic place and I've been lucky to get the chance to take so many photos in the area.

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Spectacular and I'm glad you went with greyscale. The eye is free to explore every detail.

23 Apr 2008 5:47am

@sherri: Thanks Sherri....every now and then I feel the urge to do some B&W conversions...it seems to simplify things photographically.

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

B/W is a right choice in this shot. Well done!

23 Apr 2008 6:27am

@Ana Lúcia: Thanks Ana...I've enjoyed looking at your own B&W photos too .

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Heading into the sunset..fabulous b&w

23 Apr 2008 7:40am

Alun Lambert from Cheshire, United Kingdom

What a fabulous image

23 Apr 2008 8:45am

Julian Kilsby from Birmingham, United Kingdom

The B&W enhances the contrast and mood very effectively. The figures in the distance add the necessary scale. Great shot.

23 Apr 2008 9:35am

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

Super shot, gives me a "pacific" feeling. Just great!

23 Apr 2008 9:44am

Inki from Wellington, New Zealand

Amazing composition and works very well in B&W

23 Apr 2008 10:11am

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Wonderful mixture of textures here. Well seen as usual.

23 Apr 2008 12:23pm

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

This is what I call a photographer's photograph. Love the hidden symmetry in here, the division of the frame, your understanding of presentation within that mount. Classy stuff.

23 Apr 2008 2:58pm

Nataly from Santa Monica, United States

Beautiful shot, Ian! I love the ripples in the sand. I looked at your portfolio and it was very interesting to see how you slowly were finding what is yours, your style. And your latest photos define this style very much.
And you execute it rather splendid. (I wonder when it`s gonna happen to me? :-) ).

23 Apr 2008 2:59pm

Kaddy from Mumbai, India

lovely composition!!!

23 Apr 2008 4:08pm

Monte Stevens from Fort Collins, United States

Good tones and I like your perspective. Very well done!

23 Apr 2008 5:09pm

tom from Frankfurt, Germany

Fantastic image. I love the fine ripples in the sand.

23 Apr 2008 6:28pm

Observing from Chester, United Kingdom

This shot has it all, and combined into an image I like very much. Excellent.

23 Apr 2008 7:13pm

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

I see many detail in your pic, great B+W!

23 Apr 2008 7:21pm

Henry from Boston, United States

Great photo. Lots of great things going on here Ian.

23 Apr 2008 8:07pm

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

Now don't take this the wrong way but... your images leave me breathless. (originally I was going to put panting but... LOL) Very strong b/w image, Ian!!

24 Apr 2008 1:23am

See The Light from Newcastle, United States

Beautiful image, Great conversion.

24 Apr 2008 4:37am

Putter from Belgium

Compelling, classic shot!

24 Apr 2008 7:52am

JLT from Barcelona, Spain

Great light!

24 Apr 2008 1:35pm

danny_only from Hong Kong

Hi Ian,

I like this one and the duck pic, but this one is an emotional stirring.

It is about time to take pictures with my 10-20mm:p


BR,

Danny

25 Apr 2008 5:35am

Nikon D40
1/500 second
F/11.0
ISO 200
21 mm (35mm equiv.)

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