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A little nauticalia.....



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Date: Sun September 21, 2008
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Great tones, crisp detail, wonderful layout and well thought through. Well done!
#1 Sun September 21, 2008 9:01pm

phototoad
Oooops, forgot to log in, i;ve been doing comments on my laptop while traveling in the car and never noticed I didnt log in! Duh! 4 more hours to Hilton Head!
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#2 Sun September 21, 2008 9:11pm

vab
Uh? Where is Hilton Head? Somewhere nice? Lol!!! Viv
#3 Sun September 21, 2008 9:19pm

usntm1ret
Viv this photo is great reminds me of class we had in the Navy. There were photos every wear you could look about seaman ship and knots. Thanks for the memory. Smile Thumbs Up!
#4 Sun September 21, 2008 9:27pm

Beg-Erin
Love it Viv resized those photos see what you think of them now( thanks ) Thumbs Up! Smile! Wink
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#5 Sun September 21, 2008 10:23pm

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I'm not a fan of 'multipics', but this really works. Each of the photos is excellent - especially the one on the right, with the light and detail on the rope. Jan
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#6 Sun September 21, 2008 10:35pm


The photos are each well-realized. Have you done some mathematical sizing here? The pictures each look exactly twice as wide as the one before it. Could be subjective, but that's the impression I get.


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#7 Mon September 22, 2008 1:16am

fluffy
Very well done Viv......I think all the silver/grey tones throughout works really well, and the splash of colour in the rope gives it all a lift...the light all coming from the same direction, ties them all together too, and the proportions are good also.....SmileAlan
#8 Mon September 22, 2008 8:11am

vab
Thanks everyone. Chris that is too complex for me - the shots were chosen (roughly by eye) to fit this format and just a tiny wee tweak to fit the grid. Viv
#9 Mon September 22, 2008 9:38am

Snap Happy
Capstan shackle sheet - takes me back to my sailing days in Anglesey. Nice arrangement, and a great idea for a photograph.


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#10 Mon September 22, 2008 6:48pm

vab
Thanks John! Viv
#11 Mon September 22, 2008 8:11pm

catonic
Very well done, Viv. A great layout. I agree with Alan with the rope. Each image could stand on its own. Glad to hear your out on the watersSmileCat
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#12 Mon September 22, 2008 10:47pm

Hangin10
Great work Viv. Not normally my thing but this looks great. Looks like some work you have been putting together for a advert in a sailing magazine (Someone would pay lots of money for this).
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#13 Wed September 24, 2008 8:14am

vab
Thank you Cat and Paul. Lol Paul - I wish - if there was any hope of that I would be rushing off! Viv
#14 Wed September 24, 2008 9:34am

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This is stunning Viv. The clarity is superb. Love it!
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