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Tall Ships Photograph - Setting Sail From Bristol by Brian Roscorla

Setting Sail From Bristol is a photograph by Brian Roscorla which was uploaded on February 7th, 2011.

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Greetins Brian, it was a pleasure to view your accomplished and masterful gallery. As I ventured throughout, it gave me a sense of tranquil moments, the love of photography natural settings, You have no doubt captured old master eye appeal with your sepia tone treatment here. This photo has received my V/F, and my personal select from another FAA members gallery. Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, Cheers, Michael

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much Michael

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much Michael

Very nice work Brian.....like the antique look!

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you :)

Love the warm rich tones in this photo. I am intrigued by the repetitive pattern on the background, was this an accident or was it deliberate? Very pleasing though

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you for looking the background was intentional I was trying to get an old and damaged paper look not sure if it is 100% :)

Very nice work on this great image, Brian!.....v.

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much :)

Great work! Love it! f/v

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you Betsy :)

Wow. Very nice job! Well done.

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much :)

A work of art

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you Anthony

Excellent textured work, Brian, love the tones which reminding and old painting!

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much :)

Great capture !!!

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much Sorin

Hi Brian, This Work is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Aline

Brian Roscorla replied:

Thank you very much I love my photoshop to

I like this work! Nicely done!

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Thank you very much

I like this.

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Thank you very much

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