BeakerSt

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Sunset Stroll

My letterbox crops are really curtailed by the fixed image display here.  Reticent to change it just to make it work on Shutterchance.  If anyone wants to come round and see this shot in a better view then please drop me a line.

Sunset Stroll

My letterbox crops are really curtailed by the fixed image display here.  Reticent to change it just to make it work on Shutterchance.  If anyone wants to come round and see this shot in a better view then please drop me a line.

comments (10)

Verily, 'tis a pretty sunset.
BeakerSt: Cheers Martin, pleased you like it
  • sk
  • 6 Feb 2007, 06:59
I hate when you have nice pictures like this scumbag
BeakerSt: Well you need to take credit as it's due to this shot of yours that it's been posted...
http://asiko.shutterchance.com/photoblog/7575.htm
  • SheepLover
  • Pembrokeshire, SW Wales
  • 6 Feb 2007, 09:03
Loving this image, but would also like to come over and see the original wink Really lovely - the sun on the waves is great. I'm a sucker for a seaside shot, me.
BeakerSt: We may be able to accommodate you in the summer as we're looking to move! Will keep you posted!! smile
Nice panorama landscape !
BeakerSt: Thanks again Flo tongue
  • Paul
  • uk
  • 6 Feb 2007, 15:30
the placement of the figures is perfect
BeakerSt: Thanks tadpole smile
It's a beauty, but what a shame about the fixed image.

Don't you use Picassa Web Albums or anything Simon? You could do what my old man does and just use it to show alternative views in situations just like this, or where you have several versions you want to share. It costs nothing if you've got gmail then it's even less of a problem to set up. It seems a shame for you not to get your image seen as you want it to be shown straight away. You may have seen me complaining about this in a couple of my blogs, I know Mal get peed off with it. Ellie claims to have discovered the solution though, namely that your longest edge must be no more than 700 pixels.
BeakerSt: I will investigate although Jide suggested things may be about to change...I may wait to see what those changes are???? Thanks for the suggestions
  • Jos-Angel
  • Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona)
  • 6 Feb 2007, 18:16
I can get to imagine the splendor of this image. It is very nice !
BeakerSt: Cheers Jose, was very nice although the g/f got a bit chilly hanging around!
Look like one of these framed posters with nice views, it's so relaxing, you can almost fell a warm sand and cooling breeze from sea... Ehhh, when summer will be back?
BeakerSt: It will put in a short week long appearance in late July...usually anyway.
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 6 Feb 2007, 23:03
Sorry Simon - been busy lately and not commented on many of my favourites.

Just reviewed some of your later posts; stunning work. Love the blue one with the flower overhanging and yesterdays bridge, too.

This is no slouch either. The only thing I don't like about it is that it knocks a similar one of mine for six. Nice work.
BeakerSt: Thanks Colin, your time visiting is always appreciated. smile
  • nev
  • 12 Feb 2007, 15:47
lovely subtle tones in the background simon

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