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Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by stephen.s1, Jul 18, 2007.

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    Channel Markers

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  2. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    That is a great shot:>))))))
  3. Thank you so much. You made my day. :) 

    It's part of a series I hope to see hung and published. I can probably complete it in another year.
  4. That is a great picture. Its amazing how that one little sign in the tree makes it such a great image.
  5. What a great shot! Where was that taken?
  6. Thank you all. That's at the mouth of Rock Harbor; Orleans/Eastham MA.
  7. Watch out for the Harbor master, she's not following "red, right, return!" :tongue:
  8. Rick727


    Jun 1, 2007
    Hamilton, NJ
    I liked this picture when you first posted it. This might sound dumb, but I've looked at it a few times since then to try and figure out exactly why I like it. I guess it's the bands of diffent shades of pale blue of the water and the young ladies bright orange shirt in sharp contrast. I also like how the water and the sky just blend into one. The composition of those two trees with the woman between them is pleasing.
  9. Thanks Rick. I appreciate your taking the time(s) to look and comment.
  10. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    I also like the big red-orange dots on the trees

    Would be fun to try to make art out of that one to. A water color maybe. Not sure.
    wish I had some time to play with it.:>))))))

    Yep it is one of those images you gotta keep coming back to look at
  11. Thanks Gale, your comments give proof to my efforts.
  12. HSNewman


    Aug 17, 2006
    Very meaningful to us boaters. Great shot. Where are the greens?
  13. There never have been any on this channel, Howard. Lotsa local knowlege required. The good news is, if one does go astray there's only sand under your keel.
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