People, Photography, Place More ‘Lowry’ figures on the beach Posted by Heyjude on January 26, 2022January 10, 2022 (Please click on image to enlarge) “Gwithian beach at low tide” January 5 2022. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related
They’re a bit too animated for Lowry! Great shot though.
A bit fatter I agree, but the classic Lowry figure walk don’t you think? I was probably a bit too close for a good representation.
That’ll be it. They needed to be part of the backdrop, didn’t they?
I agree with all of the above 🙂
I am loving your landscape series
Oh, good. More to come.
Nice to see an almost deserted beach, Jude.
Best wishes, Pete. x
As you know, it’s a very big beach!
I once saw Holkham Beach with nobody else on it. I didn’t have a camera with me at the time.
That’s an impressive beach too.
Interesting scene, yes, but I was captivated by the lowering cloud formations.
The clouds were interesting that day, never sure whether it would rain.
Loving the light in this, Jude. Do you have any of your beach scenes on your walls?
No. Not one. I should get one or two printed though. How are you feeling now?
A bit fragile still. Eating doesn’t agree with me, but apart from that…. Looking forward to the men’s semis tomorrow. A gentle game or two of croquet today.
Oh, dear 🤢 take it easy. Should be a couple of good matches.
Silly me! We went for lunch after croquet. Salmon was lovely but I should have resisted chocolate dessert. Some people learn ever so slowly 🙄💕
Beautiful colours in this photo, Jude. Such a nice time of day.
This was actually early afternoon, but the clouds and shooting into the sun created a very different scene.
It does suggest Lowry – and the figures are perfectly placed to lead your eye around the picture. Love the light on the sea echoing the sky.
This was early afternoon, but shooting into the sun, which creates the silhouette effect and strange light. It’s interesting how much the light changes by just altering your position.
One of the joys of photography! I feel that I should pay more attention to placing plants where I can exploit the light when photographing them.
Gorgeous colours and shadows!
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