Pier Through the Window

A reflection of Bournemouth Pier late afternoon on the windows of a rather famous fish and chip shop.

I took quite a few reflection images during the day: the combination of very few people and interesting skies gives a rather different  feel to a place I’ve only previously visited during the hustle and bustle of Summer.

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34 thoughts on “Pier Through the Window

    • Thank you Jimi! It’s the atmosphere of the shot which strikes me too. I did a B&W conversion which is even more atmospheric – a reminder of childhood seaside holidays. I will probably post it in a week or two.

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  1. Oh that’s very nice! The sky is in two bits. The lower bit, with clouds behind what look like a row of lights, is very good – but for me the picture is made by the completely over exposed white area at the top centre of the frame, which gives the photo a real sense of drama that I think would be otherwise lacking.

    Put your fingers over that over exposed bit to see what I mean – the shot is still ok, but it no longer has anything of the drama. Very nice picture! Adrian

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