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When the boat comes in. II

Dungeness headland, Kent. Shot last Saturday, it was grey in the morning but the sun broke through in the afternoon, making a big difference to the shots I took. Later that day I watched a shoot take place with models and powered lighting, an interesting trick where you over light your models and expose for them, letting the background remain underexposed and therefore dark. Back to Italy on Monday.

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another great one, lvoe it
John Prior: Thanks for the weekend visits Chantal.
Higher and drier than I thought from the first shot. There is something about these old dilapidated boats and houses that attract me. Hmm?
John Prior: They are great objects, almost like follies in a landscape. Thanks Mary.
Another good shot John, i like the flowers growing around the boats, as they return to nature themselves.
John Prior: Thanks again Frank
  • Otto K.
  • United States
  • 29 May 2011, 16:21
how cool to see these abandoned boats, does seem like a good place for a shoot.
John Prior: Cheers Otto, they are lovely objects, that evoke the past so well.
Another very good one John.
John Prior: Thanks Brian smile
i like the amount of textures everywhere: the rust, the pebbles and the peeling paint. i would assume the pebbles dont make a great beach (in terms of all the activities usually done on sandy beaches)
John Prior: Thanks Ayush smile
NIce again; more beautiful with the white flowers around the boats. Nicely done.
Have a nice again.

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