Light on the Water

Some days when I take the camera out the light falls just right for capturing the finer details on close-ups of plants. Other times the brush needs to be broader …

Breydon overlooking town

Beside Breydon Bridge, looking across the confluence of Yare and Bure to the town of Great Yarmouth beyond: Photo taken 20th July 2018

The sun had been up for about four hours when I took the photo, looking obliquely across the water with the sun still relatively low to the east—which produced just the right effect for this week’s #2018picoftheweek: Silhouettes.

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10 Responses to Light on the Water

  1. Nice silhouettes! I like that you managed to get silhouettes in both the foreground and the background. 🙂

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    • crimsonprose says:

      I thank you. Really, I should pass that on to my daughter. She was looking through the photos while I was musing on which photo to fill which title this week and she said, That one! So that one it was.

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  2. Joy Pixley says:

    Your daughter made a great choice – and you made a great shot! I love how everything in the foreground and background is black and somewhat vague, providing a frame for the blue water and the sun sparkling there.

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  3. gahlearner says:

    This picture is sparkling. Wonderful.

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