Aug 29, 2007

Boats 'n' Floats

Back to the coast again. These were shot on the docks of Newport, Oregon

Boats

Floats

14 comments:

  1. superbe, les reflets sur la premiere photo sont magnifiques


    superb, the reflections on the first photograph are splendid

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  2. Hi Faye Thanks so much for visitng Rabaul DP and so glad you like my photos.
    Your photos are wonderful!!! Have really enjoyed looking through them - you have such great subjects too!!!
    I wish I could make my photos as large but phonelines mean I have downloading problems!!

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  3. Thanks for visiting my blog.I LOVE your photo of the aged floats ( I think...) on the fishing nets.So evocative.

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  4. loved both of them, Faye ...

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  5. You just keep getting better and better. Dar

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  6. Two spectacular shots Faye. The boat reflections are so sharp, its hard to tell which side is up.
    I love the bouys and the worn crackled paint. Both would make great wall hangings.

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  7. The reflections are stunning and I love the detail in the floats shot!

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  8. I agree whole-heartedly with wannabe. Both of those shots would look great on a wall. Maybe as a series.

    I know I've mentioned it before, but you should consider selling your photos. There's no way I'm the only one who would buy from you. Us lazy bones out here without cameras would love to have everyday access to your work. You should really think about it.

    Love the boat shot, byw.

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  9. I love both photo, Faye.
    Especially the second one. It has a fantastic detail!

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  10. Shoot, Faye, you ought to look into selling your photos to jigsaw puzzle companies. My goodness, they're fantastic.

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  11. WoW!! Two great shots!! Love the boats,& the great reflections you captured! But my favorite is the floats...LOVE, the worn paint,~such great detail and colors!!

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  12. Oh my goodness look at that water. Simply gorgeous photo.

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