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and slowly but surely....

and slowly but surely....



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This is what I imagine a moonscape to be (not all those hard outlines we do get). It's lovely.
tim hitchins: well thank you very much jamoulasmile
  • Aussie
  • Australia
  • 3 Jun 2009, 05:30
Stunning image
tim hitchins: well thank you very much Aussiesmile
this is just great tim ...superb processing.
I see what you mean now about accessing the lump of concrete for yesterday's posting.
richard
  • Jessie
  • New Zealand
  • 3 Jun 2009, 06:48
I agree, this has a definite otherwordly edge to it. It's fantastic, very dramatic.
tim hitchins: thank you very much Jessiesmile
This series on Spurn Point is wonderful, with yesterday's shot being the best for me. All very dramatic and stirring.

We used to go to Spurn Point a lot, back in the early 60's when we were stationed at RAF Patrington (now closed) and lived at Withernsea.
tim hitchins: ha Withernsea Sheila, well looking at it on Sat i doubt anything has changed since you left, not very busy for such a lovely day i can tell you. Passed through Patrington too which looked like a very nice peaceful village, sort of place i feel you might miss? Most appreciated Sheila.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 3 Jun 2009, 07:21
Great image Tim
tim hitchins: most appreciated vintagesmile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 3 Jun 2009, 07:50
Yes, it is going slowly. With this view I understand the abstract of last time better smile This one goes to my likeys.
Absolutly fantastic Tim. Out of this world indeed! Great great shot.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 3 Jun 2009, 08:35
Fantastic Tim, once again how did you not fall off with the previous shot
tim hitchins: lol my butt was a bit numb i can tell you Tonygrin cheers m8.
Hey is that th erock you stood on to take the previous picture? Looks great from your point of view grin
tim hitchins: smile cheers Delia indeed it wassmile cheers.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Jun 2009, 09:30
This is a good one Tim, a little different and has great dramatic tension. Almost wish I didn't know the explanation for the circle of bolts - they look fantastic and give the image its "edge".
tim hitchins: yes Mick probs should have posted this first with no clue as to were/what it was eh, oh well, very much appreciated m8smile
simply breathtaking
  • Eliza
  • Tanzania
  • 3 Jun 2009, 10:12
you are so good at this tim smile your images convey such mood and drama.
tim hitchins: thank you very very much Eliza and have a great weekendsmile
This has to be one of your best Tim
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 3 Jun 2009, 10:42
This looks like some giant wreck looming out of the misty water. Drama in spades!
Ingrid
tim hitchins: yes Ingrid and after reading some history on this place thats a good perspective, there are dozens of ship wrecks along this stretch of coast. Cheers Ingrid and enjoy your daysmile
You continue to amaze me matesmile
tim hitchins: hi praise indeed Nigel and thank you very much macro kingsmile
  • NatJag
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Jun 2009, 11:45
All these shots from spurn point have been great. I must try to visit it, if every I'm in the area. Looks a great location for shots. Thanks for sharing.
tim hitchins: hi Nathan just had a quick peep and bookmarked your blog m8, will be back 2mo when i have more tmesmile and cheers m8
This is certainly one of your best ever shots Tim. It has a very mystical atmosphere to it.
tim hitchins: well i really didn't think it was that good really Bernie, must have being tired when i posted itgrin cheers.
A lovely dreamy effect Tim. Excellent.
tim hitchins: thank you very much Ronsmile
The ghost ship !
SUPERB !
tim hitchins: ha yes Fabrice, have a nice day m8smile
  • Harv
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Jun 2009, 20:30
Now that's a great shot. Fantastic tones but wow, great lighting and mood.
tim hitchins: was fortunate to get some cloud on the horizon with some sun to the right behind me Harv which all went well together, cheers Harv and all the best.
  • simon
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 3 Jun 2009, 22:14
WOW!!!

its just amazing! no other words.
I want this picture for my new house! Framed!

Absolute Cracker!
Front page One Exposure stuff here.
  • Beth
  • United States
  • 3 Jun 2009, 22:34
Amazing shot - definitely looks like another planet. Have you been watching too much Star Trek?
tim hitchins: lol cheers Beth, maybe with some of your processing skills it could look even better what do you think? lmk. smilesmile
stunning shot again Tim
tim hitchins: thanks Derek really appreciate your thoughts m8smile
it sinks into the mist, a fine image Tim.
tim hitchins: hi Les unfortunately with a lot of the east coast too, really opened my eyes to coastal erosion reading the history of this place. Cheers Lessmile
  • Mal
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Jun 2009, 23:54
very cool Mr Tim, love the shot. mal
tim hitchins: thank you very much Malsmilesmile
This is like the bow end of the Titanic rising up out of the sea.
tim hitchins: ha now that would be something Chad smile cheers buddie.
An extraordinary image. I don't know what I'm looking at... at one glance it is a sinking ship, then a stone circle, then a boulder from space. Whatever it is, it's very stiking.
tim hitchins: its a gun emplacement Ian just off Spurn Point and worth a visit for sure, most appreciated m8smile
impresive. wonderful shot!
tim hitchins: thank you very much Emanuelsmile
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 4 Jun 2009, 11:27
as always....beautifully done..this type of pic is your forte', Tim
tim hitchins: really happy you should think so Kathryn but i do need to broaden my horizons so too speak and your blog is the place to looksmile
This is very nice. Reminds me Mal's work.
tim hitchins: yes Craig i had the pleasure of meeting Mal for a days shooting, unfortunately he had forgot his camera :d now how thw hell do you do that lol. Cheers Craigsmile
Now that is a cracing shot, Tim: contrast & light are both perfect. Distinct SF vibe here.
tim hitchins: SF vibe Dave? hols then and pink floyd? sounds like heavensmile
Err...should read 'Cracking': too much Rioja, methinks smile
tim hitchins: lol thats ok i will return the bloomer 2mo me thinks hic hicgrin cheers Dave smile
  • Petra
  • Netherlands
  • 4 Jun 2009, 22:09
Sublime...
Petra
tim hitchins: thank you very much Petra and have a nice daysmile
Wow, dramatic but great image! It looks like a sinking boat.
tim hitchins: it does in a strange way Paul, chuffed you should think thissmile
Very dramatic Tim. Great smile
tim hitchins: thank you Pam and have a nice daysmile
Beautifil B/w, it looks great and dramatic.
tim hitchins: cheers Antony glad you think sosmile
  • JulianG
  • Argentina
  • 8 Jun 2009, 21:31
Really, this one is one of my favorite photos, congratulations Tim!
tim hitchins: so happy you should like it so much Julian, all the best smile
OK, I'm late to the party, but I finally got here smile
Gotta "likey" this one, mate!
Nothing missing, nothing extra. Cheers!
tim hitchins: cheers Alan and all the best m8smile
Superb shot. Likeyed smile
tim hitchins: thank you so much Lizsmile enjoy the weekend.
  • aa
  • United States
  • 21 Jul 2009, 23:04
excellent work.. you surely are good at what you do.
  • Loretta
  • United States
  • 25 Jul 2009, 21:45
Hey Tim, as hard as it was to find a fav, I'll have to say this ranks up there with one of my fav. The mood is so eerie...the scene to me is so reminiscent of the titanic as it is slowly going down it. Well executed shot!
tim hitchins: thank you very much Loretta and have a nice daysmile

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