Still Fishing?

A trip to the beach last night to play with a 20mm f.18 lens, the tide was turning and one again lots of fishermen were out at the river mouth. I liked this long exposure with the stillness of the water and the fisherman standing still waiting for a bite! This is also a bit of an homage to the seascapes of Hiroshi Sugimoto.

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13 thoughts on “Still Fishing?

  1. Beautiful capture and thanks for the link to Hiroshi Sugimoto, Richard. What an incredibly inquiring mind he has and the diversity of his reach!! I find your images much more accessible though ๐Ÿ™‚ as in his are really hi-brow and deep. Oh dear, not that yours are frivolous and shallow just calming and beautiful. Maybe I should quit while I’m ahead ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This is an excellent image. A square format is an unusual choice for a seaside landscape but the tonal balance makes it a perfect choice here. The abstract quality is also very effective. Well done.

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