DUSK at the SEASHORE

 

Today’s photo wasn’t taken recently but the processing is current.

This photographer has come face to face with a creative brick wall between myself and my camera.

We all find ourselves in this place from time to time.

Fortunately I follow a blog that is informative and challenges its readers to dig for their own channel of creativity.

 Set Sail spurred the inspiration for me to push beyond a lack of inspiration and find creativity (albeit minimal) for today’s post. 

A quick tweak using  Topaz Labs plug-in Detail using the Fill Light preset and that’s all.

Hope you enjoy this quiet and quirky moment from last year’s vacation.

Thank you Otto von Munchow for your thoughtful posts that lead me to today’s inspiration.

Do You See What I See…  

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20 thoughts on “DUSK at the SEASHORE

    • This was an especially low low tide and being able to shoot in toward the shoreline with the thin sheet of water did give the silky smooth effect, glad you enjoyed.

  1. The colors are so complimentary,, the subject matter is relaxing… like someone trying to find a new restaurant…Great… sassy

  2. Glad you kept this image…it is gorgeous…creativity blocks are a funny thing – beauty can be right in front of you and you don’t recognize it! Glad you broke your block! 🙂

  3. I like how the fish seem to be laid out in a row – the tide is out, the table is set.
    Very nice processing, I too am off to check out your link, in the far corner of the states from you it is dim a lot.

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