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Collection: 2018 square crop
Camera: Samsung Galaxy S7
Location: Harwich Port, Cape Cod
Date: Nov 6, 2018
Aperture: f/1.7
ISO: 40
Shutter: 1/400
Galleries: Seascapes
Date Uploaded: Nov 18, 2018

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Comments: 10
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Wychmere harbor

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11/22/2018 05:04:19 PM
Excellent! I love scenes like this and you've captured all the senses here.
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11/19/2018 10:55:07 PM
Great harbor shot. I can smell the salt and creosote on the wood.
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11/19/2018 08:56:48 PM
I have the feeling that it's a lot of work that had been done and will continue for this contraption to go to sea. You caught the moment of blissful rest
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11/18/2018 11:51:45 PM
nicely atmospheric, fine filling of the frame
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11/18/2018 08:50:24 PM
I love all that functional architecture silhouetted against the sepia fog.
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11/18/2018 08:29:31 PM
Great mood - she leaves in the mist, too.
I have several favorite color combinations and one of them is selective color sepia with red. I also only really like selective color when it appears to be (or as if it could be) natural. So this one fills the bill in spades. Natural tones that give me the very best of a subtle selective color palette.
Great use of the edge of the wharf, of course.

And you are not going to believe it, but I've said before that it's my habit when commenting to comment first, read comments second. So I JUST read Don's, after I'd explained my pleasure in the tones.
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11/18/2018 07:10:01 PM
I like how this is almost sepia without being monochrome. the foreshortened angle blends the ship into its environment. It doesn't seem at all an autonomous being, just an extension of the pier.
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11/18/2018 03:34:56 PM
I always enjoy sculptural collections of ladders, wires, poles, masts, anything really.... You filled the square frame nicely with subdued early morning tones.
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11/18/2018 03:23:51 PM
Trawling isn't an easy job :(

OK, prepare to have your mind blown!

I once went to a medieval banquet at Warwick Castle, I lived in Taunton for a year in my youth, my Father was born in Plymouth. I have no history with the town of Sandwich (but have eaten many). I holidayed in Wareham once, Falmouth a few times and my Paternal Grandparents moved to Barnstable just after the second world war.

I worked in Norwich for 12 years before moving to my current home and my mother was brought up in Enfield. I could go on but don't want to bore you too much.

All of the above of course was done in the UK!

To finish, Taunton Massachusetts to Barnstable Massachusetts is 51.5 miles, Taunton UK to Barnstable UK is 49.6 miles.

Some coincidence(s)

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11/18/2018 02:19:00 AM
very pleasing composition of workaday elements. interesting to get the sense of verticality and distance in the square format. blessed light.
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