Golf by the sea.
Wonderful capture +Gerard Blacklock ! Now that scene would definitely be spoiled by a little white ball!
Kidnappers new Zealand
Noice Gerry – sunrise this morning?
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+Shawn Hudson , yeah terrible bloody game :) plus, these darn courses take up sooo much of our beautiful coastline in sydney and are only open to a select few (particularly this one)
+Bill le :)
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+Rodney Campbell yep, Sunday morning..
Coming back to this Gerry – sure the sky was a bit meh – but I really like the way you built this composition – or at least it's got me thinking which is good.It's obviously a pano which would infer a left-right view but the way you've laid things out here with the fairway leading to the little island (I assume thats where we once did a little wool work :)) it "feels" like a vertical composition…
to be honest, i think this is a crappy compo and the only reason i kept it cause the pre-sunrise colours and clouds is pretty nice. The reason i don't like the compo is 'cause it reminds me of a pano taken with a wide angle that results in the overly wide look (if you know what i mean) and hence feels too wide and in no mans land..the fairway is awesome but difficult to position oneself to really use it as a useful feature..i do have another from the left side which does create a sort of s-curve and we will see how that turns out.I cannot confirm nor deny such is the location..;)
:) – still I appreciate the vertical feel it gives me in what is otherwise a wide shot
So beautiful ..
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