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Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 26 April 2008 in Architecture and Portfolio.

This is the yacht race building in Morecambe overlooking the bay.

NIKON D40 1/500 second F/11.0 ISO 200 52 mm (35mm equiv.)

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João MC Santos Photography from Portugal

Beautiful photo

26 Apr 2008 6:34am

@João MC Santos Photography: Thanks João!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Wow it's on stilts? or are my (getting older) eyes deceiving me...and What a view! great photo...also really like the textural feel of the rocks...;)

26 Apr 2008 7:20am

@Lorraine: Hi Lorraine!

Yes, it's lifted up on stilts by one storey. You'll find a few photos of this building on my portfolio page as I love the way it sits there in front of that great view of Morecambe Bay.

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

Great B+W Picture!

26 Apr 2008 9:00am

@Stefan: Thanks Stefan!

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Excellent angle on this shot.

26 Apr 2008 9:47am

@Ana Lúcia: Thanks Ana...it's a very photogenic building and setting!

Observing from Chester, United Kingdom

Wonderful composition Ian, great contrast. Shoreline takes the eye straight to the beach house.

26 Apr 2008 11:00am

@Observing: Thanks very much!

Eric Fry from Houston, TX, United States

I like the large amount of foreground and background elements here that point to the lonely little building on the right. Great composition, and a perfect scene for B&W.

26 Apr 2008 12:48pm

@Eric Fry: Thanks very much Eric!

Guillermina from Buenos Aires, Argentina

I love the muted greys in this one, Ian. As much as your bright whites...

26 Apr 2008 3:24pm

@Guillermina: Thanks Guillermina....I'm really enjoying B&W since getting CS3. It's a lot more flexible than Photoshop Elements.

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

A wonderful composition and excellent light. A superb image!

26 Apr 2008 4:12pm

@Michael Skorulski: Thanks Michael...I love how this building sits looking at the Bay.

Alun Lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

Fantastic shot, great mono

26 Apr 2008 4:36pm

@Alun Lambert: Thanks Alun...Photoshop CS3 is a great bit of software.

tom from Frankfurt, Germany

The composition is fantastic. I love the structure created by the pebbles. Beautiful shot.

26 Apr 2008 9:03pm

@tom: Thanks very much Tom!

Wysterior from Kloten, Switzerland

Great work, perfectly framed, very well seen and super post b&w processing...
Wys
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Please have a look at my new website ;) Thanks

26 Apr 2008 9:08pm

@Wysterior: Thanks very much!

Your new website looks really great by the way!

NIKON D40
1/500 second
F/11.0
ISO 200
52 mm (35mm equiv.)