I'm quite proud of this latest batch of photos, taken yesterday evening. Some nice decorative LED lights has just been installed in the old inner harbour wall. Not sure if it's only for the festive period or it'll be a permenant fixture but it made for what it has been a successful and enjoyable photography opportunity, even though it was freezing cold and my trainers had got covered with silt (note to myself: wear wellies next time!). Also it was good that I got my photo mojo back.At dusk:And a little later on in the evening . . .
Certainly gives Folkestone a whole new look and feel.
I particularly like the 3rd one.
Brilliantly captured! You must be pleased with those. I particularly like the 3rd and last ones
Wow those are pretty, all excellent but I agree with post above that 3 & 5 are the standouts. Well worth getting silt on your trainers for
Excellent stuff as always Ian
The last one is quite surreal - kudos to whoever decided on the alternating blue and yellow lights.You might try a version of that or a similar one with the reflections cropped out (or only keeping the reflections) to maximise the abstract effect.
Certainly different, very striking Ian.
They are all superb Ian, but I must admit to finding the last image particularly breathtaking - great job
Cheers for all the lovely comments everyone! Not sure if those lights are there just for the festive period or it will be a permenant fixture but it did have the effect of making me get out there with the camera, certainly needed that bit of motivation.
Wow, that really changes the effect of the harbour Ian.It looks fantastic what they have down and the effect you have captured is stunning.
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Stunning photos Ian, especially the 3rd and 5th ones. And the last one, taken with the red and blue LED lights is superb.
Seems like a good idea to me, I have seen some stunning shots you have put up before, on diverse subjects.
So I am at the prospect, over to you master
Would be good, this section doesn't seem to see much posting and I am sure there are some similarly talented people out there.
Very nice indeed Ian
Also did some wire wool spinning. It just had to be done!
Sorry about the oversized images, it's where I've pulled the URLs from my ongoing photo blog. Too lazy to upload those into photobucket and then resize them in here.