22 Nov 2011

A load of old rope . . .

Well mooring lines actually . . . .
I was walking along by the harbour at Kefalos . . . . . .which I'm very happy to say is close to where I live . .
. .when I spotted the mooring lines of the little boats which are moored on the harbour beach. Some of the ropes were lying on the sand others were pulled tighter but I found the sight of them with their shadows really appealing.

I've used that photo for todays Texture Tuesday entry

"Ropes and Shadows"


This is the edit I did in Elements but I also ran it through RadLab . . .which I'm really impressed with.






















We've got clouds today and maybe rain later but in the next couple of days I need to get out to pastures new with my camera . . .I get twitchy if I don't use my camera :-))

Looking forward to seeing your work.
Happy Tuesday, Teresa xx :-)
kimklassencafe



17 comments:

  1. Such a creative shot. Love what you have done with the textures.

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  2. Oh, that is so peaceful! Perfect tones and texture and lines! Lovely!

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  3. Hi Teresa,
    just found your blog and I love it!

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  4. Ciao Teresa!
    Awwww, you live near the harbour at Kefalos? How lucky! :)
    Lovely edit. How are you liking RadLab? I wanted to try the free version, but didn't find the time to do it yet.
    Happy day!

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  5. this is very impressive; love the composition and the processing is wonderful - great composition. thank you. kareninkenai {texture tuesdays}

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  6. Good morning Teresa,
    Another departure from your usual today.
    When I look at all the steps some of the contributors take to reach their goal, I can see how my 'work' is just child's play. These wonderful results don't come easily.
    This deceptively simple image tells a story.

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  7. Hi Teresa, love your image, thanks so much for you simple and clear insight into your process!
    Blessings Suzanne

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  8. I love the patterns you've caught here, the processing works so well with the beachy look :)

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  9. you really have an eye for texture in your surroundings! it looks fantastic!

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  10. I love the abstract quality of this image....beautiful processing!

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  11. WOW - this turned out great!

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  12. Clever composition and lovely treatment!

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  13. What an interesting photo this made - beautiful!

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  14. I love the dynamic lines and patterns you've captured here -- it makes a very compelling image. Wonderful texture, too!

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  15. This is a very interesting subject and treatment. It really works.

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