Overlooking the Bay

Posted by Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 12 June 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

A tree overlooking Morecambe Bay backlit by the morning sun.

By the way, this is the same tree photographed back in April 2008: http://ianbramham.aminus3.com/image/2008-04-20.html

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Mirko Herzner from Germany

Another nice example of your skills, Ian. The bay in the background is almost only visible because you told us about it. A relaxed image which would fit every living room.

12 Jun 2009 6:20am

@Mirko Herzner: Thanks Mirko.....I keep hoping that one day I'll be able to capture this scene with good enough light for me to leave it in colour so that the sand and water of the bay visually form more part of the photo. It's low tide on this shot but the sea comes up to the line of the hedge that runs across the bottom of the frame in the foregrond.

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

A great image that reminds me of C D Friedrich.

12 Jun 2009 7:41am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Perfect in every way.

12 Jun 2009 8:25am

Richard Hollins from London, United Kingdom

Another beautiful shot. Works fantastically as a black and white. Love the way the tree stands out against the clouds and is frame by the dark areas of sky.

12 Jun 2009 8:59am

hugo poon from hong kong, Hong Kong

Such classic composition and that Ian's signature b&w tone... Timeless!!!

12 Jun 2009 12:09pm

Eleftheria from Athens, Greece

wow...

12 Jun 2009 12:25pm

Elora from Genoa, Italy

Very nicely captured!

12 Jun 2009 1:38pm

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

Supeb B/W

12 Jun 2009 2:00pm

Heather J. Woodland from Napanee ON, Canada

Very, very well done!

12 Jun 2009 3:07pm

Sean Hallisey from San Salvador, El Salvador

great shot, well done

12 Jun 2009 3:30pm

Marie LC from Voiron, France

J'aime les arbres isolés posés devant un beau paysage. Très belle composition et nb

12 Jun 2009 3:48pm

olivier Paillet from toulouse, France

Very nice shot !!

12 Jun 2009 5:50pm

Dawn from Maryland, United States

Beautiful landscape shot!!

12 Jun 2009 7:11pm

Loner from Wörgl, Austria

A very dramatic image - well done !

12 Jun 2009 7:11pm

Alan Rossiter from Ireland

Nice shot and fine composition

12 Jun 2009 7:23pm

Ian Smith from London, United Kingdom

Or 'OverBayking the look' (sorry, couldn't resist!) - another great shot Ian - and I always love to see interesting old trees.

12 Jun 2009 7:29pm

Jen from St. George, United States

Stunning image! I love the strong contrasts, and the simplicity of it all. Even though it's simple, it makes a very strong statement.

12 Jun 2009 7:47pm

Joan from Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain

muy buena composición! Wow! Magnífico B&W!

12 Jun 2009 8:28pm

dkc from Xanthi, Greece

The black and white looks so good with that tree!

12 Jun 2009 9:22pm

Alex from Barcelona, Spain

Buen encuadre y composicion, el procesado y la profundidad de campo que has logrado...geniales!!!

12 Jun 2009 9:41pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

Excellent image Ian and such great post production. I really like the details of the tree and dark sky and how it contrasts so nicely against the light tones of the bay.

13 Jun 2009 4:03am

Loretta from San Mateo, United States

Great photo.

13 Jun 2009 4:15am

k@ from Paris, France

Ah trees, yours is wondrous (i post one and its human seedlings today :)

14 Jun 2009 7:14am

Batkoï from Salon de Provence, France

so charming, nice contrast

14 Jun 2009 7:57pm

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

cet arbre est superbe ! j'adore la composition et les tonalités ! une de mes préférées !

17 Jun 2009 11:34am

Nikon D40
1/320 second
F/11.0
ISO 200
15 mm (35mm equiv.)

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