2011 Deck – Week 7

For the seventh week of the year, I fell ill from the Tuesday and didn’t catch myself until the Friday (almost, I was still a little out-of-it through the weekend), so I effectively had one photographic day of that week, so one of the images HAD to work for the Deck.  As fate would have it, I didn’t get to process any of those images until today, so I am a little late this time around for the Deck, but better late than never, as they say.

For that week I took a total of thirteen photos (that number alone should have told me it would be a bad week), of those, seven were snapshots for a pre-valentine’s day dinner that my family had and those went up on Facebook, and the remaining six were all from a walk that Nikhil and I took to the seawall, so I just picked one that seemed marginally better than the rest and processed it.


Call it a day

20 thoughts on “2011 Deck – Week 7

  1. I guess you can be forgiven. Don’t make it a habit though! 🙂

    While you were having a bad week I seem to have had a better than average week (at least photographically). Don’t worry though, natural order will soon reassert itself and you will be back in business.

  2. I’m glad you’re feeling better. I like the shot a lot. I defiitely like the sky and also the old pilings of the dock. I like the vignetting and the boat too, but wish the boat didn’t merge with the dock. Very nice though.

  3. I forgot. I like it except for what Jonathon mentioned. If you had moved just a step or two to the right the mast of the boat would have bee isolated. I know it may seem picky, but it separates a really, really, great photo, from just a great photo. 🙂


  4. Ugh, being sick sucks. Sorry to hear it, hope you are feeling better. “…so I just picked one that seemed marginally better than the rest…” Hahahaha, I couldn’t help but laugh as you made it seem like “oh, it’s just a ho-hum photo”! It’s a great photo Mike. 😀

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