The Remains Of A Ship

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Houston, TX - United States

Stunning image dear Kym and interesting info! Love the sepia tones! l/f

Vancouver, BC - Canada

Ive always wanted to see this in person! Next time when I come to visit I sure will:) Awesome shot my dear!f/v

Newcastle, WY - United States

came back to this one.....I really like your composition on this.....most images I've seen of this are real close.....

Columbus, OH - United States

Fantastic shot, Kym...love the solitary feel and the quiet calm...fav/v47

Seattle, Wa - United States

KLAAS HARTZ, Happy Tuesday to you! I appreciate all the features you gave me yesterday I appreciate you giving this photo titled THE REMAINS OF A SHIP a nice spot in your group WATER LIFE. Thanks again, Klaas

Merritt Island, Fl - United States

Ghostly beauty! I love the light and the reflections in the wet sand. Lovely photograph. Thank you for visiting and encouraging me. f/v

Perth, WA - Australia

This is such a great thought evoking photo because besides it having such beautiful sepia colors and subtle light - it has a really great timeless quality about it. One could ask, is it a wreck from 500 years ago - or from 1000 years in the future.

Mequon, WI - United States

Wonderful capture of the remains of the ship with a gorgeous sky. vf

Kym Backland replied:

Mary, Thanks so much! I love getting a nice compliment on a Monday Morning!

Palmdale, CA - United States

Beautiful shot, composition,color, and description. V/F

Kym Backland replied:

Ivete, Hello friend! Thanks for your support and votes and such! I see the DOOR group is growing quickly!

Spring Valley, NY - United States

How haunting! Beautiful picture!

Kym Backland replied:

Baruch! Hello new face! Thanks for coming over and leaving some kind comments!

Long Beach, CA - United States

Very beautiful, Kym! f/v

Kym Backland replied:

Heidi, Thanks so much.... I appreciate your votes and favor...We go to the a lot of the same places.. it's fun to see different views of the some of the same places!

Chicago, IL - United States

nice mood. good processing to, like the sepia

Kym Backland replied:

Jim, Thanks so much for your critique. I really like Sepia now! I used to be a black and white person, but I've found these ships photos seem to look better in Sepia. I have lots of OLD original ship photos, and they all are in sepia tone. Not sure if that is because they are old, or because that is how they were printed so many, many years ago!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Florin, (Beautiful name)... Thank you so much for your insights to this photo! I appreciate it!

München, Ba - Germany

great mood Kym, even if then the thing is already not alive! v/f

Seattle, Wa - United States

PAUL, Thank you for the mulitiple features! The first being the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group WHEN MAN HAS GONE! This is a very interesting concept for a group! Thanks again for all your time and efforts!

Alamogordo, NM - United States

Wicked capture

Kym Backland replied:

JESSICA, I like your word..."WICKED" that is a great expression! Thanks so much for the compliment and stopping by!

Alexander, ME - United States

Very cool image Kym, love the feel of this with the sepia tone! f/v

Kym Backland replied:

Bill, Thank you so much for stopping by again and taking a look at this photo! I really appreciate it! Oh, and thanks for giving me a vote and a favoriTING...too!

Young Harris, GA - United States

This is a great shot, Kym....love the sepia! I didn't know anything about this ship, so it was interesting reading your description. V/F

Kym Backland replied:

Kenny, You are up early too! Thanks for your compliments on my ship picture! It hardly looks like a SHIP anymore, does it? Thanks for reading all info on her.. appreciate your votes and favor too! Did I say have a Happy New Year yet? Better DOUBLE than nothing ...right!

Kingston, WA - United States

Cool! I really like this one~ Nice light, and textural quality in the water. FV

Kym Backland replied:

Ronda, Thanks so much! That means a lot coming from YOU!!! You are the master of light..or is that the Mistress of light? Thanks for your votes and fav'd....

Seattle, Wa - United States

Larysa, Thank you for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group GET YOUR ART SEEN! I appreciate you leaving a comment and the feature.. That is a nice way to do it.... Happy New Year to you as well!

Seattle, Wa - United States

John, Whoooo it's a triple feature, thank you for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group NORTH AMERICAN BEACH AND SEASHORE GROUP.. Thanks so much~ Happy New Year to ya!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Larysa (nice name) I've never seen your name before... Beautiful! Thank you for telling me where you saw my photo, and the lovely compliments.. and votes, and fav'd.. I hope you have a wonderful new year!

Edmonton, AB - Canada

Featured in Get Your Art Seen for the week of December 23, 2012. Beautiful work. Voted, Fav and watch!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Susan, Thank you so much for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS.. It is most appreciated! I hope your holidays are bright Susan!

Phoenix, AZ - United States

Wow, how exquisite this is! V

Kym Backland replied:

Lin, thank you so much for taking the time to take a look! Appreicate your vote!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Lin, Thank you for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group ART FOR HURRICAN SANDY RELIEF.. It is much appreciated.. I hope we can earn some money for those people!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Bruce, Wow, so many features!!! Thank you for this forth feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group COMFORTABLE ART..

Campo Grande, Ma - Brazil

One more fantastic sepia. This is a kind of movie-poster-photo. This image ask for a movie.

Kym Backland replied:

Beto, I think YOU like the "sepia tone" photos too? Thank you for your compliment.. Yes a movie poster..good idea..thank you!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Denis, Okay now I am blushing ...a QUADRUPLE FEATURE...hehe...thanks you for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group ALL ART... I appreciate your time and consideration!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Neal, Thanks so much for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group ALL THINGS REFLECTIVE~ I never thought about things being relective as much as I do now, with your group and all... I appreciate you taking the time to look through so many images, and to pick mine! Thanks again Neal!

Valley Stream, NY - United States

I love this photo too! Great tones, very subdued, very expressive - love the light and reflections!

Kym Backland replied:

Steve, Thanks so much for your lovely comments! I really appreciate your words!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Wayne, Whooops "spoke" too soon, it's a TRIPLE FEATURE...thank you for the third feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your new group THE GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST... many, many thanks!

Ottawa, ON - Canada

Great shot!

Kym Backland replied:

Nina, Thanks so much for your nice comments! Appreciate it!

Cottonwood, AZ - United States

Featured in 3-Day USA Artist News. Voted, Favorite and Tweeted your image to over 40,200 in Twitter. Some members have reported it doubled their views. Not everyone may click it but, it definitely increases the possibility. 8=))

Kym Backland replied:

Nadine

Kym Backland replied:

Nadine and Bob, I had replied earlier, but for some reason, my reply never posted! Thank you both so much for the feature, and the voting, and the tweeting, of my photo THE REMAINS OF THE SHIP in your group 3 DAY USA ARTIST NEWS.. I appreciate it so much. I also really like your newly posted PROFILE PHOTO of you two! What a great photo! Thanks again for all you both do for us!

Livonia, MI - United States

I would extend that to include most everyday items as well. I sometimes wonder if my capturing a tree image might be redundant, but then I remember that the image can bring a whole new view on this tree, and maybe trees in general. Or take the Statue of Liberty - that's been photographed hundreds of times. But your shot of it could maybe just be that shot that says something new about that very familiar figure. I try to remember that when I hesitate taking a photo I think has been done "a million times before". You never know. :)

Livonia, MI - United States

Such a wonderful discovery and capture, Kym! Though others may have taken photos of these remains, I wouldn't even know of its existence without your awesome photo! I also love the reflection of it in the surf, and the sepia tones! Terrific photo, Kym! :)

Kym Backland replied:

Guy, That is nice of you to say. I guess one gets jaded after a while. I think to myself...why should I bother taking a photo of the same thing you can buy a postcard of? I really appreciate your thought provoking words, and making me RE-think about my photo taking habits... I think it's good not to be old and "crusty" lol... Thanks again Guy...

Tavares, FL - United States

Wonderful mood, atmosphere and tones. I love it! v/f

Kym Backland replied:

Christy, Thank you for your votes and favor.. it is very kind of you!

West Chester, PA - United States

Great imagery that works well. I like the fact that you put the story behind the image too.

Kym Backland replied:

Richard, Thanks so much for stopping by. Yes, I think I should write "background" stories for photos that are of an iconic place.. I appreciate your comments!

New York, NY - United States

Congratulations on your artwork so beautiful!

Kym Backland replied:

Yosi, Thanks so much, and so it YOURS... thank you for stopping by and looking at what I do! It is so much appreciated!

Kamloops, BC - Canada

wonderful capture, Kym. Love the sepia and the reflection. f/v ;-)

Kym Backland replied:

Theresa, Thank you so much for your lovely comments and votes and favor! So nice of you!

Seattle, Wa - United States

Tina, You are a busy woman!!! Thanks again for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group ARTISTS BEST FIVE ARTWORK... it's a four time feature... "I'm not worthy" But, seriously thanks again Tina!

West Seneca, NY - United States

Congratulations on your feature. Such a fine image, Kym.

Kym Backland replied:

Guy, Thanks so much... I have a relative that's name is GUY...anyways...I appreciate your imput Guy!

Lakeland, FL - United States

what a facinating image and so beautiful in sepia Kym

Kym Backland replied:

Sharon, Thanks so much. I appreciate your comments... Sometimes the world looks better in black and white, and sepia! haha...

Storybrooke, ME - United States

This really is a great shot. The reflections, the tones all come together so beautifully. V/F

Kym Backland replied:

Bob, Thanks again... I don't know when I became a "soft" toned, and "sepia" person... but I guess I am this week..Thanks again for your favor and votes.. appreciate it~

Seattle, Wa - United States

Patricia, Thank you so much for the feature of my photo THE REMAINS OF A SHIP in your group INANIMATE OBJECTS.. I really appreciate that. I don't think you need tochange the name of the group? But I guess we will see if someone comes up with a name you like better! Anyways...thanks again Patricia!

Murray, UT - United States

Art Thread - Stunningly beautiful, nicely done in sepia!!! V/F

Kym Backland replied:

Steven, Thanks for your compliments.. I guess I should find out what the "ART THREAD" means... I really like sepia now, I never liked it as much as I do now. Thanks for your favorites, and vote too!

Washington, IN - United States

Well, Kym..'Everyone' might take a picture of this shipwreck..but not me!! lol I didn't even know about it so I am quite enthralled with looking at it and reading your very informative description about it. It's a stunning photo...great in sepia tone!!! Thanks! F/V

Kym Backland replied:

Julie, While I was at the beach, where I photographed this "Ship" it seemed that there were cameras and people everywhere taking a picture of this ship..The "Iredale", so by the time I got back and processed it, It seemed like EVERYONE had taken a picture of it..Anyways thank you, for taking the time to make mention of it.. I guess it goes to show you that I shouldn't say EVERYONE all the time.. I appreciate you taking the time, and making me realize that sometimes we can take a picture of the "SAME" subject matter and photograph it in a different way...

Randolph, NJ - United States

Terrific capture and beautifully done, with a great history write up to go with it. Carol

Kym Backland replied:

Carol, Thank you very much for stopping by and looking and leaving your nice comments..

New Orleans, LA - United States

Kym, I selected this image for Discussion in the Art from the Past Group today. It might be an often photographed subject, but I really appreciate the way that you processed this version in sepia tones, and captured the reflections in wet sand of the foreground. Nicely done! voted

Kym Backland replied:

Cheri, Wow, well thank you so much for picking me photo for the discussion group. I am so honored that you think it is "processed in a version that is different to you!" I appreciate your votes and picks so very much!

Newcastle, WY - United States

congrats on your features....v

Kym Backland replied:

Barbara, Thank you so much for your comments and vote! It was so interesting to read your story of photography, and your obstacles you have faced! Thank you for stopping by my photos!

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