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I Stared Into Oblivion by Stuart Chapman

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Location: The Warren, Folkestone, Kent, England

Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.

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  • billyboy
    billyboyover 2 years ago

    Stuart, whatever you did to get that effect with the tones… it’s awesome!
    Nice work!!

  • Cheers BB, just added a bit of vibrancy and toned down the green in curves. Mother nature did the rest.

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Rhana Griffin
    Rhana Griffinover 2 years ago

    And it stared right back at you :) Beautiful colours and tones Stuart.

  • Cheers Rhana, been sat on this one for a while, just taken a bit of time to get the end result. Hope all is well with you and yours

    – Stuart Chapman

  • jasimages
    jasimagesover 2 years ago

    Stunning mate. Really well processed.

  • Cheers Jason, much appreciated

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Arfan Habib
    Arfan Habibover 2 years ago

    Cracking image Stuart! Love it.

  • Thanks very much Arfan, very kind of you

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Karen Willshaw
    Karen Willshawover 2 years ago

    Beautiful scene.. love the lead in lines of the poles..great title name :)

  • Thanks very much Karen, the poles just drew me to this shot

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Mieke Boynton
    Mieke Boyntonover 2 years ago

    GORGEOUS colours, Stuart!!

  • Cheers Mieke :)

    – Stuart Chapman

    DIZZYHEIGHTSover 2 years ago

    A well balanced image. Tones and composition. Beautiful Liz

  • Thank you Liz, very kind of you

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Chris Brunton
    Chris Bruntonover 2 years ago

    Great images, great tones and lead in lines.

  • Thank you Christina, very kind of you

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsover 2 years ago

    What a great capture this is Stuart, it makes me think of petrol pored on the damp sand with the colours reflected. great depth.

  • Thanks Karen, I see what you mean about the petrol, it does have that oily reflected feel to it.

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agiusover 2 years ago

    Excellent all round Stuart.

  • Thanks very much Steven, hope you’re well

    – Stuart Chapman

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