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Gone and Forgotten

A view from the Galveston shore mostly defined by what is not there. This seems to be a common fate for establishements built right on the water. 

Gone and Forgotten

A view from the Galveston shore mostly defined by what is not there. This seems to be a common fate for establishements built right on the water. 

comments (25)

Very cool indeed! Love the tones & light here.
  • mal
  • 4 Mar 2008, 00:18
cut and paste DC's comment here, super shot Martin. mal
  • Dave
  • Pennsylvania
  • 4 Mar 2008, 01:35
This is terrific! I love the metallic cast, the balance of dark and light, the arrangement of rotted pilings, the white dot on the horizon...
Excellent.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 4 Mar 2008, 03:11
Defined by what's NOT there. I like that, Martin. I like the metallic cast, too.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 4 Mar 2008, 06:32
The sea giveth and the sea taketh - old sailor's expression.

The colouring is excellent (except for the artifacts in the dark sky), but somehow the two dark lined up objects in front messes with composition.
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 4 Mar 2008, 06:38
Lovely shot Martin the metallic/oil look of the sea and sand is really nice
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 Mar 2008, 07:42
Love the subtle differences in colour. I would be very worried if I lived in the houses on either side!
Ingrid
Beautiful capture. Great light and tones!
  • chad
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 Mar 2008, 08:24
Superb photograph here, Martin. Great lighting and I like the two piers
Nothing like a bit of decay for catching my eye. The sickly light you have captured compliments the subject perfectly.

The sea will always win ;o)
  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 4 Mar 2008, 10:24
The good news is...the sea if fighting and taking back lost ground; it would be nice if humankind thought twice before replacing what has deteriorated.
Excellent pic, too, Martin; the water is almost like liquid, heh! [grin]
  • Bernie
  • Stoke
  • 4 Mar 2008, 13:35
Great light Martin - well captured.
  • Dotun
  • MD, USA
  • 4 Mar 2008, 13:41
Hi Martin this is nice for the most part, i would have loved to see some more foreground elements.

D
good framing. excellent shot!
  • Jeroen
  • The Netherlands
  • 4 Mar 2008, 15:28
Not forgotten, you let us see what the view is from this point. perfect.
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 4 Mar 2008, 15:57
the shine of the water in the foreground and the faded in the background is just so amazing, Martin. The subtle changes in colors and the tones...wow!
  • Reza
  • Canada
  • 4 Mar 2008, 16:07
Great!
Love the steely blue but I find the white on the left a bit bright.
A nice monotone color cast. With the texture of the water, oh this is just soooo nice.
  • Ruth
  • United States
  • 4 Mar 2008, 17:22
Your composition leads my eye to that little white speck on the horizon. These tones are rich and lovely.
  • PhotoSam
  • London, U.K.
  • 4 Mar 2008, 18:51
wonderful tones...
  • Rxan
  • 4 Mar 2008, 21:43
nice tones, perspective and composition. very good shot
  • Roz Sears
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Mar 2008, 07:45
The light is beautifully balanced in this, Martin. (:o)
Wonderful and a likey !!!

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