Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Lobster Buoys

In keeping with the Maine lobster theme I seem to have going this week (though technically this one is actually the side of a New Hampshire boathouse)...




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21 comments:

Mojo said...

Oh yeah... like this a lot! Did you desaturate it slightly or did it just have that faded, antique look already?

Either way... cool!

Robin said...

Both actually - it was pretty faded, but I did put my own tweaks in.

kaye said...

love this shot

Sheri said...

Great shot!

quilly said...

Why do lobsters need bouys?

;)

Nice shot.

And Miles To Go... said...

beautiful colors and subject matter.

amanda @ Rambling of an Empty Mind said...

I love this shot...took me a second to figure it out though.

amanda @ Rambling of an Empty Mind said...

I love this shot...took me a second to figure it out though.
Hopefully this doesn't post more than once..my internet is being wonky.

Indrani said...

Love the effect given. :)

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Love the muted weathered tones, its so down to earth.

catsynth said...

I also like the muted weathered tones, together with the composition is has a somewhat abstract quality.

Stan said...

You did a nice job focusing in on detail. I would have believed Maine if you hadn't confessed.

caite said...

yes, I love the muted look too...is that natural or an effect?

Beth F said...

Nice -- I like the weathered look. I hope to be in Maine in the next few weeks -- I'll try not be derivative in my photos, but who can resist bouys?

amandab said...

I love the colour and the framing, wonderful.

Happy WW!

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

LOVE it! Nice shot! :)

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Susan Adcox said...

Great textures. Evokes a great little fishing village in . . . New Hampshire.

I am Harriet said...

You had me for a moment. I thought Lobsters in Israel? Then I saw the Maine :)


Have a great Wednesday!
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Genny said...

Robin, I love how the wood looks almost soft. This is a very peaceful, lazy-day photo. I love it!

Daryl said...

Love the texture!

HaB said...

What a great photo!!