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Panasonic FZ 100 hand held511 views as at 10 June 2013476 views as at 29 March 2013More images from AMERICA & COASTAL imagesFEATUREDLight up My Life … May 2011
Dockside near our moorings at Fort Adams, near Newport, Rhode Island, United States, the lamps lit my way in the light fog of early morning.
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I love the endless photographic opportunities provided by world around me, from the abundance of nature in my own backyard to historic and scenic worldwide destinations.I am retired, beyond threescore years and ten.
Trish, this is beautiful. I love the symmetry and perspective.
Thanks so much Kathy for your beautiful comments!
– Trish Meyer
Love the warm light of the lamps in the cool blue surrounding light,Trish,nice composition too!
Lance, thanks so much for your lovely descriptive comments and fave!
Love these type of shots. Well taken
Lovely to hear from you Kala, thank you so much!
Beautiful capture…….love the composition!!
Brian, thank you so much!
Thank you Mary!
Great idea for an image, outstanding perspective. Very well done
Byron, thank you!It struck me as I walked down and round the corner to the left of this shot hoping to shoot the bridge lights, but the monster ship cruised in and parked between me and the bridge about five minutes too soon :( This was some compensation on the way back :)
Thank you so much Tony!
Excellent capture Trish – have you tried it with some warm filters – think it will look great – hope you don’t mind!:)x
Thanks so much for viewing and commenting as well as your suggestion … as an amateur I’m always open to suggestions and finding out how to follow them up.
Love the look down these lamps with all that wonderful depth! Looks like a big cruise ship in the distance… I love those! Fantastic work! :-)
Thanks so much for your fantastic comments and fave!I had walked around the corner to the far left of this shot to shoot the bridge lights and was just a little late as the monster ship cruised between me and the bridge and stopped there :(
Isn’t it amazing what’s there to be seen if you’re observant?
As I get older, I realise more and more how much is missed during one’s “working years” largely due to the pressures of work and home mortgage. I’m sure that relaxation in retirement is a great contributor to seeing things that have always been there, but we have been too busy to notice.My philosophical meanderings for today :)