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  1. tb2

    tb2 TPF Noob!

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    The wood-built fishing boat, "Helen Mona", constructed in Denmark in 1973, showing a Ballantrae (Scotland) identification code, but fishing out of Fleetwood, Lancashire, rides the tide up the Wyre Channel in the evening sunlight, heading for its berth, followed by some optimistic gulls.


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    nice shot
     
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    I really like the colour of the sky, the lighting on the boat, and the fact there's a fisherman on deck looking at you. The sight of these rusting fishing vessels, with flocks of seagulls following in their wake, is such a common one when I'm near the ocean that it provokes pleasant memories of my seaside visits.
     
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    Very sharp photo with gret colors and very good composition.
    Beautiful sunset and very good catch of the birds-very good exposure!
    Keep up,
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    Really nice shot. The water looks amazing.
     
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    Thanks for the comments mysteryscribe, Antarctican, nemesh and kierukei. I took several shots of this trawler as it came in, but this one with its "wrong" composition (less space in front than behind) was the one I liked best. The birds and the "Johnny Depp" pose of the crewman at the front tipped it :wink:.

    Regards, Tony
     

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