Foto Friday: The Contemplator

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A calm winter’s day

 

The surf strikes the sand and the light slowly begins to fade

 

The empty space is deafening the mind is quietened by contemplation

 

The Contemplator

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2 Replies to “Foto Friday: The Contemplator”

  1. Strange how differently we react,
    I do feel the contemplation,
    but personally I find the empty space calming,
    and the slightly dark vignette a little threatening…

    I certainly like the photo!

    ( And there is, I think, some atmosphere of impressionist painting about it?)

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    1. Thank you as ever Kristian

      I sometimes like to use words that don’t initially make sense together

      An empty space can be serene, but our thoughts can then become deafening, the vignette I used to try and show the contemplation (I don’t normally do a vignette, unless I’m using the 7artisans in which case it does it for me!)

      This shot has had more PP than I’d normally give it, so I agree with you that it has a painterly quality to it.

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