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This is a great place in Hervey Bay, this historic jetty was earmarked for destruction (half was in fact removed) fortunately it was saved and restored.
jetty, pier, wharf
what beauty… so impressive..how do you achieve these colors?>. they are there ? or you enhanced.. :)
thanks for sharing your part of the world.
Hi Isa, Thanks for looking. I shot this with a polarising filter (not the circular one, the old style that you can rotate to change the polarising angle, the experts say that autofocus doesn’t work with these but its fine on the canon 450D) I did increase the saturation a bit with gimp.
– Matt Penfold
what an amazing photographer you are to play like this.. lol.. I have a cybershot.. my DSC P 200.. lol.. I have no idea how to achieve better results .. with it.. but I am so intrigued when people share there wisdom and experiments .. the angle is fabu!!!!!!!!
very nice indeed. :)
Muchas gracias Maximus (sounds very latin)
Love that sky, great shot.
Fantastic shot of the jetty about 2 hr drive from where I live.Great place hey ?
Thanks Ajax it sure is, I spent seven months there in 2007 and get back whenever I can
Superb capture, what a wonderful sky
Thank you, much appreciated.
& for this too of course ;)Vanishing Points;)
It goes out and on like forever beyond the horizon to the end of the earth it seems…excellent.
Im looking at this picture and asking what is it that stirs my eye center to upper corner. And I think that this what makes this frame so special- The way you played with the ingredients, bridge, sky and clouds to form a moving frame. A static movement. Brilliant.
This is a similar shot to my Glenelg Jetty, but yours is much more grandiose!!! :))))))