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Ship Photograph - The Remains Of A Ship by Kym Backland

The Remains Of A Ship is a photograph by Kym Backland which was uploaded on September 12th, 2012.

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Congratulations on your outstanding artwork! It has been chosen to be FEATURED in the group “500 VIEWS.”

Great shot Kym. Love the mood and the colors. Well done ! L

Great work with this wreck! L/F

Great Moody feeling image !

Hi Kym, I love the mood in this photo, very dark and dramatic. JG

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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!

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!

How haunting! Beautiful picture!

Kym Backland replied:

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

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!

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!

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

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

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!

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!

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!

This is a great shot, 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!

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....

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!

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