235 pier


"Ocean Grove" New Jersey Shore. (Canon S70, 2004)

Mar 16, 2006

21 comments:

àsìkò said...

what a lovely picture. nice b&w tones. nice shot

Sidney said...

Lovely composition. Beautiful view!

still said...

A fine framing and a precise texture of the stones...

lino said...

nice view. the pier and the rocks did it... :)

Dia said...

wow, wonderful view...would love to have a swim there.. :)

micki said...

Excellent composition! Looks like the tide was out while you were there. Beautiful photo.

ana said...

Now that would be a great house, aye? It's probably not a house, but it would be cool to sleep there and have the waves lull me to some faraway place.

david said...

it's a wish i was there photo - very nice!

rene said...

your tonal control for these images is excellent!

Gary said...

fantastic contrasts in this bw

John said...

Love beach shots, and this one is very nice.

Jide Alakija said...

Great use of FG and BG and also love the way you process your BW.

壁虎 said...

Wow! The composition is abit wierd here, but I like it!

bkphotography said...

Hm, interesting composition, very eerie, but definitely in a good way!! Works very well in B/W, soft tones and a bit of contrast - that's the style I've coming to like when looking at your work.

jlbussey said...

Love the composition! The clarity of the rocks is nice too, makes a good contrasting foreground to the blank horizon and pier.

anagnorisis said...

nice contrast.. and composition. you have great flair with monochrome.. this is just lovely..

Legabal said...

Fabulous tones of sea, good shades of rock. Great shot.

Fantom Poet said...

These rocks work so well in B&W. There is also a balance of harshness of the stome against the softer water of the background. I like this image its well composed.

BobC said...

I like the detail in the foreground rocks, it really makes this shot work.

BrossanovA said...

nice composition. Perfect exposure.

Joan González said...

buena iluminación.

salut Joan