Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by Dan S, Nov 2, 2019.
I'm a good sailor.
That reminds me that the last time I was on a sailing boat I was using film! Must get a scanner for Christmas.
I remember visiting Ullapool when I was a child, there are some gentle water falls there that stuck with me all these years, the gentle nature and the lovely peat coloured water. It was the highlight of my Scottish holidays
(public so watermarked)
DSCF2695.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
Water trapped in rock formation, Bude.
Water for swimming in, or not:
Sea water pool Bude at high tide.
Public so watermarked.
DSCF2805.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
Water with salmon spawning in it.
Reflective water taken Tuesday:
_B120243 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
_B120240 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Love the lead-in at the top of the second picture.
'Raindrops are falling.................'/ are extremely imminent!
Thanks, tried a few versions.
@PeteRob - is that Bradwell bay?
Crabbers49 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Ponte Vecchio Dawn 2 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Blue and White
Portmuck Waves 2 by Gary Robinson Photography, on Flickr
No. It is taken from the spit of land north of Walton on the Naze. Not sure if the following link from google maps works until I post.
Near Tendring District, UK
Sort of works, ipad is too old to properly support google maps in Safari
Edit 2: from my mac, turn on satellite view and zoom out. The picture was taken from the small beach East of the line of ships. Looks as if they were deliberately sunk as they are so perfectly aligned when seen by satellite.
Very nice, I like that the water is in that in-between state, neither sharp nor milky. But please fix the horizon.
Thanks, Pete - I must admit to not having been to Water-on-the-Nose since I was an anklebiter. I had a look for the Bradwell ones, but the tide was in when google was taking pics.
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