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Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia, Canada
Original photo converted to B&W in Painsthop Pro v9 using Channel Mixer and Curve adjustment layers
Camera: Canon EOS 5D; Lens: Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM; f/8.0 @ 1/180 sec; ISO: 400; focal length: 47mm
blue rocks, nova scotia, ocean, sea, atlantic, black and white, f2011
An enthusiastic amateur who enjoys photographing just about anything. And who also has fun turning photos into Photo Art
Lovely shot and looks great in B&W Gene.
Thanks, Sharon. – Gene
Thnaks, Sharon. I love Nova Scotia and this is one of the last of the old time fishing villages. – Gene
A very sharp & lovely scene :)Dennis
Thnaks again fro the comments and the Fave, Dennis. It was an overcast day and the full colour version was a bit dull. But it converted beautifully to B&W giving a more dramatic image. – Gene
Thank you very much, Mark. Really appreciate the honour.
Pretty scene, looks good in B&W. Congrats.
Thanks, Claude. Appreciate you stopping by and commenting. – Gene
This scene is perfect for B&W. It looks a very interesting place. The buildings are so close to the waters edge. Is it a fishing village?
Thank you, Eve. According to Wikipedia For many years a fishing village, it was discovered by many artists and photographers (Including Joseph Purcell, William E. deGarthe, Jack L. Gray, Wallace R. MacKaskill and others) beginning in the 1940s. Today the village boasts many artists, and there are also numerous guest houses to be found among the fishermen’s dwellings.
Thank you very much for this honour, Joseph. I appreciate it. – Gene
CONGRATS on your Feature in Where on Earth is This? Honored to be among you… AWESOME Image!!! :))))
Thanks so much, Debbie for your kind comments and the Fave. I really appreciate both. – Gene
Thank you, Lucinda. Appreciate the comment and the Fave. – Gene