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It might be called a dry-dock but in reality there is a lot of water under high pressure sprayed on the ships before a new coat of paint can be applied.Also at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town and part of the Dry-dock collection
Top 10 in People Working on Boats or Ships challenge of A Love of Boats group, 30/06/12
FeaturedCaption Fun, 08/05/12A Love of Boats, 05/05/12
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Digital photography is doing for photography what the piano did for keyboard music. You can still play music composed for the harpsichord on the piano but not the other way around.
A great action shot, hope you add the other two shots also
Thank you. I was thinking about limiting my posts to recent work but maybe I will make an exception. (I get such nice comments!)
Thank you so much.
What a brilliant capture.And what a reflection as well.Your collection in the Drydock is totally awesome
Thanks a lot. The reflection was very faint and I almost missed it but I was pleasantly surprised when I started playing with the image.
Chosen for Ambiance / Content / and Tone.
Thank you so much. I am loving the A Love of Boats group more and more.
Superb composition & detail, faved !!
Thank you so much. I enjoyed slowly bringing out more and more detail to see if I can make every pixel count.
Cool shot . . .
Lovely shot. I love how this guy stands out in his green work wear amongst the water mist and then again in that gorgeous reflection.
Thank you. Right at the end I actually toned down the vibrancy a bit to make it more natural.
Excellent work and congratulations on being featured :O)
Thank you. Most of what you see was initially obscured by a fine mist. It took a lot of manipulation to get to this.
Very well captured!
Thanks a lot. The rare, for Cape Town, soft overcast light helped a lot.
Gorgeous composition, great shot and terrific title Awefaul!