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photoblog image Low Tide at Tenby Harbour

Low Tide at Tenby Harbour

From Norfolk in September back to Tenby in July and another picture of the lovely little harbout there.

As you can see this has been twiddled with and again I have used a free border off a magazine cover CD.to finish it off.

Apologies to those who commented on my borders the other day but this had already been done at the time.

 

Low Tide at Tenby Harbour

From Norfolk in September back to Tenby in July and another picture of the lovely little harbout there.

As you can see this has been twiddled with and again I have used a free border off a magazine cover CD.to finish it off.

Apologies to those who commented on my borders the other day but this had already been done at the time.

 

comments (6)

I see you reverting to painting by numbers Brian ha! (only kidding ) much better border for me. richard
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard, I'm glad you like the border. Have you noticed the lack of a range of colours, I can't count beyond 5 :-D
I like this very much Brian. I was interested in Dave Carrington's Remarks the other day http://redshift.shutterchance.com/ . If you haven't seen them have a look.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill, I have read Dave's remarks and couldn't agree more. Unfortunately, in the camera club world a lot of judges, and not a few members frown on anything that has been "twiddled" and always have done, even in the old darkroom days. How sad.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 2 Oct 2008, 12:03
Great photo love the frame
Brian Walbey: Thanks vintage, yes I like the frame, not bad for a freebie.
  • Ellie
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Oct 2008, 13:41
It's nice, and I like the frame too it gives the scene a very 'modern' feel
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ellie, it's nice to "mess about" with a suitable picture from time to time.
A pleasant scene Brian and the frame compliments it.
Brian Walbey: Thanks for your comment Les.
Lovely shot Brian, i like the pastel colours of the buildings,i also find low tide harbour shots more interesting than when the tide is in, i think the frame adds character , nice one Brian !!!!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Jim, yes when the tide is out one can generally wander about among the boats and get lots of interesting shots. I have posted a few myself over the past few months.

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