Happily capturing moments in life.
Half occupied. I love it when a recent photograph fits the challenge.
More entries to the challenge here.
Fun take on the theme of half and half!
Thank you 🙂
Black and white really makes this photo special.
Thank you., if you look closely it isn’t BW though, although it is quite high key. 🙂
Ah, well, it looks great and would look great in all B&W. 🙂
I think I will do a conversion because you are probably quite right. 🙂
I enjoy trying to find shots that are naturally B&W or so close you can’t really tell, such as yours.
Like +++ 🙂
I’m gonna tell on you!
You broke the rules, you’ll get growled at for that!
You broke the rule of thirds.
You split the infinite with a horizontal horizon in the (gulp!) middle.
You high keyed.
Too much eye-contact.
In fact, you seem very muc to be one of them ‘rebel’ things—and we pedantic disciplined oafs just ca’t stand originality and independent thinking. For shame!
Now go stand your camera in the corner for an hour, write by hand a fifteen page letter of apology to President Obes and Angela Merkel—each—and make a truly substantial donation to the Save The Wapiti fund and we’ll say no more about it.
Just don’t do it again … sheesh …
Hahaha! I love breaking the rules. I read once that you should learn the rules for no other reason than you can more enjoy breaking each and everyone of them all the more. 😀
Bugger … anticipating your remorse (and need to redeem yourself) I was in so much of a hurry to set up the Wapiti Fund I neglected to proof-read my comment. Is it oafs or oaves? The language is so confusing sometimes—but in passing, let me add that I looooooooove that shot! Boom boom!
I quite like Oaves, it is more poetic 😀 x
haha, half occupied. Unique interpretation of the theme. Nice pic.
Nice image and a fitting choice. Cheers =)
Rules are there to be broken. Smashed them … 🙂
fabulous photo..and I don’t think you broke the rule of thirds! The strong pier isbasically on a thirds!!
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I love when tide’s out…gunk holing, seeing what I can see, if allowed, clamming. Of course I love it when the tide is coming in too. Hmmm. Nice entry.
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