Port Willunga site of the Wreck Star of Greece
I wanted to try something a little different with this Photo, its a long exposure and I wanted to get this silhouette look.
I think it works quite well in B & W
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44 thoughts on “Willunga B&W”
Thanks Victor much appreciated
Um, yes, it ‘works’ as a B&W……you make me want to hop in the car and head down there!
Thanks Tina as you know its a beautiful part of South Australia
Thank you so Much
Yes, I think it does work well in B&W. I also like the cropping with the panoramic style.
Thank Allen, you are right the crop was a must for the sake of Composition. Thanks for your great comment
Sort of a Stonehenge feel.
Thanks john yes it certainly has a spiritual feel to it
I love it in black and white! Black and white photos when done well like this one are so dramatic and I love them. South Australia must be a beautiful place!
Hi Elaine thank you, South Australia does have some Beautiful Places as well as some very nice Wine. Hope you get to visit one day
It would be quite the trip from where I am but you never know. Actually it is more likely that my son will someday get there since he is working on a goal of reaching 6 of the 7 continents. 🙂
This is stunning. I could look at it for hours. To me this looks like Time vs Eternity.
Wow thanks for such a wonderful comment I like the way you describe the picture
Works very well – looks almost like a henge.
Yes it is like that
It is a totally different approach and I love the mood Mike!
Thank you Katherine
Love it Mike, you are very clever!
Thank you Kath
Good image. And I like the mood your created with the B&W.
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Nice shot and I agree it does work quite well in B&W.
Thank you so much
Wow! What a shot!!! I’m pushing the follow button! Thank you! xxoo, Amy
Thank you Amy that is so very nice of you I appreciate it
You are very welcome. Your photography is serious….outstanding!
Mike, thank you for the follow! I just saw!!! I really look forward to seeing more of your work!! Right now most of my work is flowers, but come Spring, ANYTHING Nature. I’ll be like a wild woman. GRIN! Though, I do admit, my strong point is flowers. I just LOVE them.
Its great to have a passion I think thats what brings out the best in us, and one thing leads to another. I will certainly follow with interest.
Thanks again Amy
I am consumed by mine. I have more ideas on what next to photograph with my macro. Tomorrow I’ll be crawling in my neighbor’s gardens. LOL xxoo, Amy
so lovely picture dear Mike
Thanks so much AJ
Thank you dear Mike 🙂
I’ll say it works! It’s stunning.
Thank you so much Nia that is so nice of you to say
Great image Mike! I like that you’ve kept some structure in the clouds and still have that 10 stop effect with the water. Fab stuff. Cheers, k.
Thanks so much Kevin I really appreciate your comment
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You’re spot on, it sure did work out well. Great job on the long exposure. That’s something that I definitely want to try soon.
I discovered you through Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness post. I’m so happy she’s doing it. It’s starting to create such a great little community.
Thank Shane that is great, Leanne certenley gives us the opertunity to reach others and showcase our work. Its a great thing that she does.I hope that you give Long exposure a go its very satisfying when you get it right. Thanks again for your great comment Shane its very appreciated
I think that it works well especially the right hand side away from the heavy clould?
Thank You Diana