Overturned

This was yesterday on the beach at Staithes - today the weather has returned to what is becoming the usual miserable wetness. Was wondering what happens to that boat when the tide comes in? It doesn't look too seaworthy.
More boats in extras:
http://365project.org/fueast/in-the-woods-an/2012-04-29
POV gives a very interesting dof. There are so many subjects it keeps your eyes busy for a while..from the layers of boats to the town disappearing in the the hillside. Very nice.
posted April 29th, 2012  
Lovely shot. Nice POV.
posted April 29th, 2012  
i really like this the pov is great and makes it seem really deep somehow and that sky looks huge!
posted April 29th, 2012  
wow.. fabulous sky!!
posted April 29th, 2012  
Lovely - more wide angle splendidness - that does look like a great place.
posted April 29th, 2012  
Oops, great dramatic shot, it's brightened up here now.
posted April 29th, 2012  
Great capture, love those clouds :)
posted April 29th, 2012  
Wow, beautiful light and composition.
posted April 29th, 2012  
Wow brilliant. Love that sky..x
posted April 29th, 2012  
This looks a little surreal. Great colors and contrast.
posted April 29th, 2012  
great photo
posted April 29th, 2012  
Gorgeous shot, love it =)
posted April 29th, 2012  
Interesting photo from top to bottom! Love the houses nestled in the crook of that huge rock that juts out into the water.
posted April 29th, 2012  
Wonderful wide angle shot!!
posted April 29th, 2012  
So much to look at here, nice POV.
posted April 29th, 2012  
Have you used Polaroid on that sky? Looks great - the boat wouldn't be my top choice...
posted April 29th, 2012  
@judithg No it's HDR processing. Plus it was quite dramatic to start with. Hmm it is time to start buying filters though.
posted April 29th, 2012  
This is brilliant, nice one Alison
posted April 29th, 2012  
Very nice indeed..fav por moi
posted April 29th, 2012  
Beautiful composition & processing, love dramatic feeling it brings!
posted April 30th, 2012  
Really great shot - fantastic composition and perspective.
posted April 30th, 2012  
Fantastic perspective and shot! Love it! Fav!
posted April 30th, 2012  
Fabulous. Lots of things to look at but not chaotic. great textures, color, composition. The boat looks to be in big trouble@ You made the best of a day without miserable cold rain! fav
posted April 30th, 2012  
This is absolutely gorgeous! Fav.
posted April 30th, 2012  
What a crazy odd muddy mess. Love the photo!
posted April 30th, 2012  
Great shot - looks like you had a lovely day! We've got clear blue skies today, though not sure how long they're going to last!!
posted April 30th, 2012  
awesome textures and perspective Alison!
posted April 30th, 2012  
Fav. This fabulous. So much perspective and a great scene
posted April 30th, 2012  
Lots to look at! I love the land jutting out and those buildings along the waterfront look amazing! Looks mucky, did you have your rubbers? ;)
posted April 30th, 2012  
OMG. This is beautiful. Fav.
posted April 30th, 2012  
@shutterbugger You know you really need to start calling them wellies! Anyway, no - just my trainers but after helping to change a wheel and rolling around under the van to remove a large piece of probably important plastic, I was filthy for most of the day anway...
posted April 30th, 2012  
Cool shot! It's beautiful there.
posted April 30th, 2012  
Fab POV and wide angle! Love the drama in the sky and colours!
posted April 30th, 2012  
beautiful Alison
posted April 30th, 2012  
@fueast look at you being all mechanic-ish! I would have loved to see a 'feet hanging out from under a van' selfie! Now that I know how you guys love it when I call wellies rubbers, I'm going to call them that forevvvvver
posted April 30th, 2012  
@shutterbugger Yep - me the mechanic - called the AA (breakdown cover guy) to replace the wheel. Then had to look pleadingley at the guys in the white van to help me rip of the huge bit of plastic that was trailing under the van. God knows how much thats going to cost me.

When you come to England go to a shoe shop and ask for rubbers!
posted April 30th, 2012  
@fueast Was this your van? How did you get a piece of important plastic under there?
They'll just think I'm one lucky girl, needing rubbers the size of a quarter of a leg ;)
posted April 30th, 2012  
@shutterbugger Or just plain weird!

Yet to discover if the plastic is important. The screw that was holding it on was what gave me the puncture. grr.
posted April 30th, 2012  
Superb!
posted April 30th, 2012  
Wow fabulous POV and composition. Just wonderful and a Fav!
posted May 1st, 2012  
I like that you have to glance over this a few times to appreciate everything in it! A simple concept yet layered on complexity - very interesting to look at. :)
posted May 3rd, 2012  
I took my photo of the day yesterday for you. It won't let me post a link to it. Really beautiful area you live in. I enjoy your photos very much!
posted May 6th, 2012  
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