Sunday, May 1, 2011

Crawley Edge Boatshed




14 comments:

  1. What an amazing photo, how many shades of blue exactly are there.

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  2. Rae, just checked out your blog for the first time and was hit with this amazing image. I now want to go to Perth:-)

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  3. What beautiful photograph. I would have that hanging on my wall! I long to take such a photo.

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  4. This is a great photograph. Balance, simplicity, complimentary colours and varying textures. Great job.

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  5. Rae, we saw you taking this photo! Wonderful!

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  6. Great photo, Rae. We drove past and saw you taking this photo.

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  7. Grace, Dianne, yes I think I should have called this Blue on Blue....
    Jim, Me ...thx
    Alan, welcome and thx. Would be great to see you here!
    Randy, thx. The day was just spectacular for photography.
    Joe, thx
    Estelle, what a hoot! Great day wasn't it? Next time toot the horn.

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  8. Hey, what they all said! I am such a sucker for a balanced shot like this. I look at it and the longer I stare the more it appears to be a lizard stretching out its tongue to lick me up.

    Gulp ...
    And it must be true, because my first Word Verification was 'lizes'

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  9. Julie, I like your lizard tongue description. Made me look again at the photo and see it differently again. Rae

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  10. When I was a little girl I had 2 imaginery friends that lived in that very boathouse. My mum would drive past it to get my dad from work and I always remember wanting her to stop so I could have a cup of tea with Eno & Pleblo at their house on the water - weird names but I remember them vividly 40 years later. I was so thrilled when the last owner decided to restore it but I'm still waiting for my cup of tea !
    Thanks for the memories :)

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  11. This one caught my eye immediately. So very calming and serene and beautiful and BLUE! I am sitting here in the summer coastal fog in California and could use some of the brightness found here.

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