Tranquility - Lake Wakatipu NZ by Dean Mullin
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Lake Wakatipu and a quiet winters morning.
The perfect place for peaceful contemplation; That is – if you have your insect repellent with you :o) – The Sand flies are more than a bit of a pain!

Sony a850, 1/125sec at f10, iso100 28mm

I’m interested in hearing opinions in comparison to Wakatipu Dreams – similar image, slightly different perspective, which perspective is better and which image conveys emotion more?

Comments

  • vampvamp
    vampvampabout 4 years ago

    nice work!!!

  • Vikram Franklin
    Vikram Franklinabout 4 years ago

    Lovely mood here … I like how the light glistens off the wood.

  • Hi Vik, yes I do too – differently from the other one, the light from the wood really lifts this and gives a totally different mood to the other one for me, yet still delivering a really peaceful scene. The pier for me adds a measure of contemplation or almost trepidation in wanting to step into the image…
    or perhaps I’m just talking bollox lol

    – Dean Mullin

  • Jet ...
    Jet ...about 4 years ago

    nice!

  • thanks Jet

    – Dean Mullin

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonabout 4 years ago

    Wow!! Really beautiful shot too….think I prefer the tones in this one. You’d asked for feedback and, if I may say….I think I’d prefer to see only one structure in this frame….the pier on the right seems to clutter the image….and I’d also crop the land formation on the left. Oh….listen to me, ‘cause I know what I’m doing……. NOT!!! LOL

  • I did think about that Wendi – in fact I will take out that crop of land on the left – not a lot I could do re pier on the right though :o(

    – Dean Mullin

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonabout 4 years ago

    Cool….maybe it’d be ok just without the landmass on second thought…. give it a go! I did think you might have been risking falling in the drink moving on the pier too much!! LOL

  • piece of land Wendi ? don’t know what you mean ;o) :wink wink:

    – Dean Mullin

  • Paul Finnegan
    Paul Finneganabout 4 years ago

    Hi Dean, while “Tranquility” is a great image, its the Dream version that does it for me. To me there is a great feeling of space in the Dream perspective. I love the tone of it also, giving a slightly more dark and mysterious feel to the image. The pier in Tranquility takes up much of the image and while this makes it an interesting focal point and draws you into the image, I feel its a little too imposing. the use of the two piers in Dream does a better job at drawing you in to the very wonderful mountains and reflections which, for me, are the most fantastic part of these images. Still, if I was able to take images like these I would be so happy and I am only starting out so what I said above probably doesnt really make any sense!

  • no – you are correct paul – the space in foreground of the other image leads the viewer into the image. the pier adds a different dimension and a totally different mood. Hopefully both worthy of being published here together :o)

    – Dean Mullin

  • Brad McEvoy
    Brad McEvoyabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful work, I like this one the best.

  • Thanks Brad – I can’t decide!

    – Dean Mullin

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonabout 4 years ago

    Awesome!!! Magic! LOL

  • SPFisher
    SPFisherabout 4 years ago

    the tones and colour are superb!! i like this perspective better – it draws you in more

  • Thanks Simone

    – Dean Mullin

  • Josie Jackson
    Josie Jacksonabout 4 years ago

    It was sure worth putting up with sandflies to come away with this Dean, Beautiful :o)

  • I reckon Josie!

    – Dean Mullin

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