Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Contemplation Station #2


Photo taken yesterday afternoon on a tiny swatch of public beach situated between two private properties at the south end near Drumbeg Park. That's an uninhabited island in the middle distance and way in the background, you can just make out some snow-capped peaks on the mainland. To revisit Contemplation Station #1, click here

6 comments:

Clueless in boston said...

Nice shot. I like the person in the right foreground, it leads the eye diagonally to the island.

michael bird said...

Love the idea of Contemplation Stations. Your designations, right? Very nice - both the photo and the idea.

Bob Crowe said...

A lot of your pictures are in the woods. Many are beautiful but feel close. This photo has a lovely, calm openness that I enjoy. Now, if I could only learn to sit so still.

Snapper said...

Clueless > Thanks for the kind words

Michael > Yes, my designations

Bob > Thank you for yet another astute observation. I probably should look for more "open" images and I shall.

Babooshka said...

That small isle could be the one I inhabit. I'm in the minority(again) but I really like your "inner" shots. More revealing of the photographer. Did you openly plan rule of thirds or a happenstance?

Snapper said...

Babooshka, I guess I've been following the rule of thirds so long I don't even think about it anymore. Now I need to go out and find a 50-50 image that actually works. Ha!