On the waterfront

on the waterfront #1 (11 May 2011)

on the waterfront #1 (11 May 2011)

Sometimes, when I look back over a group of photographs that have sat in my camera for a few days, I’m tempted to wonder why I settled for a single shot of a spectacular subject.

In this instance, I can see why: I was happy with that first click.

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But then I got to cropping …

on the waterfront #2 (11 May 2011)

on the waterfront #2 (11 May 2011)

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2 thoughts on “On the waterfront

  1. I can see why —
    and yet
    there’s a spaciousness and serenity to the first, if not so much drama and intensity as the cropped version.
    This morning it’s spaciousness and serenity for me. Perhaps tomorrow?

    • Thinking back, the experience that triggered the camera was all dramatic impact and intense light. The spaciousness and serenity came afterwards ― once the black cat had visited and I was sitting with a friend, enjoying lunch.

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