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Liquid Mercury take two

Posted by
grouser (Ludlow, United Kingdom) on 6 March 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Taken two minutes later than yesterday's picture zooming in a bit

NIKON D70s 1/320 second F/10.0 46 mm (35mm equiv.)

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

This a perfect title for yesterday and today's images.
The very flat, "poured' effect in that wonderful silvery-gold color is terrific.
These shots are mesmerizing...I can hardly stop looking at them !

6 Mar 2010 5:26am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

Ohhhh...the light, tones and mood are simply awesome!

6 Mar 2010 5:32am

Barbara from Oakland, United States

Just lovely! I can reach out and touch the water. It is so silken!

6 Mar 2010 6:05am

Seraphine from San Francisco, United States

i suppose zooming is better than getting your feet wet.
it's an awesome, beautiful photo, grouser.

6 Mar 2010 6:14am

Jaap from Friesland, Netherlands

Great light and the silver sparkling of the sea. I like the sunrays and the clouds.Excellent shot.

6 Mar 2010 10:33am

dobbino from Cape Town, South Africa

This and yesterday's are stunners! My personal preference, though, is this one. And the titles are just perfect.

6 Mar 2010 10:59am

*MЯG* from Tehran, Iran

GREATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

6 Mar 2010 11:02am

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good morning, Grouser,
Their representations are daily becoming more beautiful. The silver luster, the whole scene is more than brilliant. The sunlight through the clouds, They reflect perfect, and the reflections in the water. The slightly whitecaps of the waves in the foreground, are seen very well. It is a fantastic view. For that I give you 5 stars *****
Nice weekend and thank you for your comment. Dear greetings Christel

6 Mar 2010 11:28am

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

And suddenly you get close to the maximum and the metallic light hits you look! Powerful image upsetting! The sun's rays are more generous in this approach! The waves breaking on the beach come almost to the feet of the photographer! Excellent image grouser!

6 Mar 2010 12:09pm

JJ from Jersey City, United States

Gorgeous evening light, love the rays of light shining through the clouds, my shot today may be a good way and place to start a day, yours is a wonderful shot of a beautiful place to end the day with

6 Mar 2010 12:26pm

madagasca from singapore, Singapore

it's a 5STARS shot for sure!!! beautiful beautiful beautiful!

6 Mar 2010 2:16pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

that is pretty much the same as yesterday, but I like more compo in yesterday shot than in this one .

6 Mar 2010 3:28pm

@MARIANA: 'that is pretty much the same as yesterday' Do you think so? I'm a lot further along the beach to the right, as can be seen from the hillside and it is a whole two minutes later :)

vu@granby - Wolfgang from Granby, Québec, Canada

Yesterday's was good, but this one is even better for my taste because the rays are so much more important here.

6 Mar 2010 4:03pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I agree, the light from the sun's rays makes this a slightly more engaging shot.

6 Mar 2010 7:28pm

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

Oh yes..lovely sun beams. Just a perfect place for a late afternoon stroll.

6 Mar 2010 7:30pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

sorry, it is me . To me it is boring to watch the same place, the same setup , almost the same time ... I would select the best shot or two to post , the rest I would keep in my folder ;) I meant nothing wrong !

6 Mar 2010 8:38pm

@MARIANA: Me neither, just teasing :) In the past when I have had a couple of similar pictures and I am unsure which I prefer I have usually presented them together as a montage. For some reason not this time. I find it quite interesting that like my thoughts, the response is mixed too.

Don from spokane, United States

That lovely glow on the water makes this a very attractive image. Well done.

6 Mar 2010 9:49pm

Lilly from La Ménitré, France

Very beautiful capture !! Excellent !

7 Mar 2010 9:11pm

NIKON D70s
1/320 second
F/10.0
46 mm (35mm equiv.)

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