Winter Stroll at Bray Seafront
Last Sunday was a gloriously sunny, albeit cold, winter’s day at Bray seafront. While leaving my regular Sunday ritual of coffee with friends, I noticed the sailing boats were out and they made a splendid sight against the sky. I went home and immediately returned with my camera (no more than about 20 minutes round trip) to find the boats had disappeared. I made my way to the harbour to find the last of them being hauled out of the sea – no doubt it was lunchtime for the intrepid sailors! Anyway, no point in having the camera with me and not taking a few shots, so here’s the best of my haul from a quick stroll along Bray seafront on a sunny Sunday afternoon in winter.
You may have noticed by now that this blog is not about fine art photography – it’s more about showcasing what I find when out shooting with my camera, though I do like to present my shots, even the simple ones, in the best way possible. Recently I have been experimenting with different crop ratios and currently like to use 1×2 or 1×3 panoramic crops to give a different perspective on a scene. I’ve include a few in the set below.
Lovely shots John. I love the swans in the background of your frist one, the girl running with the dog and I adore the black and white one.
Thanks Val 🙂 … the b&w is one of my favourites from the set also.
Lovely photos John
Thanks Val – I’ve taken great inspiration from your blog (which I just realise I inadvertently omitted from my blogroll – will be corrected shortly!).