floating garden and solitary boat.

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  1. dalebe

    dalebe TPF Noob!

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    I recently visited a place called "fiddlers ferry" estuary at weekend, and this was the only boat in the estuary, i thought it would look more interesting converted to b&w and add a touch of selected colouring, what do you think?
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    and just around the corner was this old thing that someone had abandoned years ago, it shows how long it had been there there was actually a garden growing on it.
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    hahah the second one is great :D:D hah it made me laugh when I spotted a "garden"
     
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    thanks mentos! yes it made me laugh too! i had to stand there a while and calm down to take the shot. :)
     
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    haha, that's great
     
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    The colouring does add to the picture. Did you try a picture where the boat and horizon isn't centred? Looks good in any case. The last picture is funny, it's a wonder that no one has gotten rid of it.
     
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    thanks guys! yes cruzin i've been going there for years and a bit more has rotted away each time, and nobody has bothered to move it! or mow it! :D
     

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