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The River Exe estuary at low tide.
Topsham, Devon, England.
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Awesome scene, love how it draws the gaze into the distance! Great boats of character on the shore!
Many thanks, Angie! I’m so glad you like this composition :0))
– Michael Carter
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Wow! Thanks everso, Jacqui! :0))
Stunning work Michael!!!!!! Wishing you a beautful year ahead!!!
this must be Topsham?
wonderful work Michael!!!! Wishing you a beautiful year ahead!
Yes, Charmiene, this is Topsham. Just as it ever was, thank heaven. Thank you for stopping by :0)
Fabulous composition, dear Michael!!!! :)))
Thanks everso, Laurie! So pleased you like this!!! :0)
what a wonderful place – superb b/w capture Michael!!!
Thank you, Marens!! Glad you like it!! :0)
Your black and white images are so dramatic…
Thank you, Donna!! :0))
You are a real master at composition!…this is another perfect example…love how you’re going B&W these days…brings out the soul of the image and the light is so much nicer…great title here as well…I recognize the poet in you…!! Simply stunning work my friend…Have a great weekend Mike!! xx
The boats lie in a reasonable formation for this shot. That cabin and flag are in the perfect place. How lucky was I? Some shots do suit b&w, especially if there is so little colour in the scene anyway. Isn’t it nice to have options? :0) Marie, you say such lovely things. Thank you, my friend!! :0))
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Cheers, John! That’s wonderful! :0)