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A Boat in Distress


These vessels lend them selves to all sorts of different presentations from Monochrome through full colour to a bit of distressing. This is another of the Fishing Vessel Wrecks to be found on Fleetwood Marshes.

A Boat in Distress


These vessels lend them selves to all sorts of different presentations from Monochrome through full colour to a bit of distressing. This is another of the Fishing Vessel Wrecks to be found on Fleetwood Marshes.

comments (8)

  • chad
  • wherever I hang my mask.
  • 30 Mar 2010, 08:26
I see you have aged your photograph accordingly Les. A fine hulk.
Les Auld: Just had to Chad, thanks for the comment.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 Mar 2010, 10:03
Fading away in more than one sense. Surprised to see a relatively strong mooring rope attached - is there a fear that they could float away?
Les Auld: I doubt it Mike, probably used by someone to climb aboard, thanks for the comment.
  • vintage
  • Brisbane Australia
  • 30 Mar 2010, 12:08
I like how you have the frame
Les Auld: Seemed to suit Vintage, thanks for the comment.
This certainly looks very distressed in all respects Les.
Les Auld: And getting more so by the month Brian, thanks for the comment.
Very well presented Les..Can I see a faint colour of blue on the back end?
Les Auld: There are some blue flakes there Ron, well spotted. Thanks for the comment.
Great treatment Les. You could have a field day with wrecks like this!
Les Auld: Or a mud day Bill, thanks for the comment.
lovely shot really made to come alive with some excellent processing, well done
Les Auld: Thanks Derek, appreciate the comment.
I love the presentation Les. The frame, the sepia boat and b & w scenery all work together to create a fine photograph. It must have been a handsome vessel in it's time
Les Auld: Maybe not handsome but certainly hard working, thanks for the comment Pamela.

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