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Shot at twilight at Burrum Heads, Queensland, with the tide out, in April 2012.
Camera: Canon EOS 350DLens: Canon EFS 10-22mm wideangleFocal length: 10mmAperture: f/20Shutter speed: 2.5 secondsISO: 100
250 views: June 10, 2012
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Fred McKie is a Brisbane-based landscape, travel and commercial photographer whose work can also be found at www.fredmckiephotography.com.au
All comments and critiques are very welcome.
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This is gorgeous. Just gorgeous.
Thanks Tracie Louise … and thanks also for the favourite. I think you must have clicked “favourite” within 20 seconds of it being uploaded, which is very encouraging. :)
There was amazing light during this shoot … of course, I’d forgotten a torch, but thankfully the long walk back up the beach was lit by a full moon.
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This is fabulous, love the composition and colors!
Thanks Jill – much appreciated.
Thanks very much for the feature
Excellent composition Fred! Love it.
Many thanks Arfan, this means a lot coming from someone with a portfolio of landscapes/seascapes as rich as yours. Very greatly appreciated. I’ve just added you to my watch list by the way! :)
Cool shot Fred, this has kind of a surreal quality to it!! Fave!!
Many thanks for the comment and the fave, mate. It is a bit surreal for sure. Kind of like the landscape you’d expect to see on a far-flung planet.
I like very, very much this work. Unfortunately, my English does not allow me to do more assessments. In french : c est une image incroyable! Des arbres comme des forces du mal sur la plage de l ocean, de l eau qui signifie la vie. C est un avertissment? Certainement, c est une image qu on ne peut pas oublier.
Haha, thank you very very much Gabriela – this is my first foreign-language critique/compliment, from what I can recall. I’ve copied your comments into a French-English translator online and believe I have the general idea of what you are saying. Thank you very much. Très gentil, merci.
beauty in the forgotten, love it..
Thanks Deb :)
saw the thumnail of htis and thought it was a surrealist salvadore dali or somehting- stark, desolate surreal feal to this- well done
Wow, that is SOME comparison! Salvador Dali is a very fine artist indeed and to have even any slight parallels drawn between my work and his is quite overwhelming. I am honoured. Thank you!
Wonderful Image Fred…
Thanks for the feature Tracie, much appreciated :)
Brilliant. Love the surreal, dreamy feel to this.
Many thanks Christine, it’s almost like a different planet altogether isn’t it!