Suby & Sins House

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99 In The Shade #4

Sinem In The House

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The silent side of the beach is always deserted... Although the sea offers her precious gems of a thousand hues and shapes, nobeody ever walks on to the quiet side where the sand strip narrows down to a sliver and all that remains is the thin line between land and water - unknown places, undiscovered spaces.It is on this small strip of sand, delicately embroidered with marine gems that you can find yourself, at least for a few minutes or for a life time; far from the the 'madding crowd' and the 'sound and fury' of the world and its inhabitants who have long forgotten the euphoric smell of the ocean breeze and the tender caress of southern siroccos, where you can find yourself, just for a minute or for a life time, sit and listen to the song of the sea.

Words and photography by Sinem

P.s. We are still having some serious speed issues with our broadband,  we are still not be able to properly reply of visit blogs. So SORRY.

"Ars longa, vita brevis."

99 In The Shade #4

Sinem In The House

See  policyofsubster

The silent side of the beach is always deserted... Although the sea offers her precious gems of a thousand hues and shapes, nobeody ever walks on to the quiet side where the sand strip narrows down to a sliver and all that remains is the thin line between land and water - unknown places, undiscovered spaces.It is on this small strip of sand, delicately embroidered with marine gems that you can find yourself, at least for a few minutes or for a life time; far from the the 'madding crowd' and the 'sound and fury' of the world and its inhabitants who have long forgotten the euphoric smell of the ocean breeze and the tender caress of southern siroccos, where you can find yourself, just for a minute or for a life time, sit and listen to the song of the sea.

Words and photography by Sinem

P.s. We are still having some serious speed issues with our broadband,  we are still not be able to properly reply of visit blogs. So SORRY.

"Ars longa, vita brevis."

comments (11)

Interesting shot. I am confused by the effect if there is one? Would you say it is overexposed... Nice words with it too Suby.
  • atunbi
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Oct 2006, 06:36
i agree with streets on the compostion. Well done.
Nice shot, but maybe a little confusing. It is not always easy for the viewer to see what the photographer sees, but then, I don't really have to tell you that.Regards, Neil.
  • micki
  • United States
  • 26 Oct 2006, 11:03
The color of the sky is so interesting!! How did you process this, because it looks very much like an old film image.
  • chunter
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 26 Oct 2006, 11:53
I like the content and the composition too, but I'm not keen on the finished effect.

But I can say it's not your fault I don't like it. I had a load of transparencies in my early days that came out like this because I had done something daft. What, I don't rightly know.; I suspect using out of date film, or possibly the processor used tired chemicals. Either way I was so disappointed with the whole batch because I was expecting lovely vibrant colours. But they all looked like this.

Finally, the only way I know if these images are Suby's or Sinem's is to check which camera is used. Not definitive, i know, but a guide. So nice one Sinem on the composition and content, if not the final presentation.
  • Chantal
  • Netherlands
  • 26 Oct 2006, 14:12
Nice portrait of this scenery.
  • PhotoSam
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Oct 2006, 14:58
the shot just emanate peace and calm...im guessing its crossprocessed...7.75/10
Dude. I was looking all over this picture for the naked (sorry...nude) bodies on the beach, and there are none. I thought you were going to do a nude beach series. Must have been somebody else. Oh well....kicken picture here. I like the angle, and the rocks. A tad blury in the front, but maybe that's what you were going for. Works for me.

Have a great weekend...(one more day to go)

m~
  • Ellie
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Oct 2006, 23:20
This looks a bit like a very faded photo that was taken several years ago. I quite like the angle.

I'm sorry, but I'm not really sure where to look. My eye keeps on going to the stones half way into the shot and then wandering off again *blush*

P.S. I hope you get your broadband fixed soon.
Wonderful post processing.
  • Relatos
  • Espaņa
  • 13 Jul 2008, 03:59
I think this is a great capture. It is a richi image. I like the textures, also.
Saludos, Sandra R.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks for the great comment Relatos, please do visit again grin

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