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evening at dockside

evening at dockside
Copyright ©2011, Doug Hale ¤1

Photographer: Doug Hale ¤1
Folder: Man Made Objects
Uploaded: 2011-Mar-01 10:36 EST
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Camera: Olympus E-PL1
Lens: Other (please specify in image description)
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 100
Aperture: f8
Shutter Speed: 1/10
Focal Length: 25mm
Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: Yes
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this looks like a painting, an illustration, it has some nostalgia in it... i like it Doug ;-)

dee vee HoF Win ¤ $1 at 11:28 EST on 2011-Mar-01 [Reply]


Thanks DV - A small fishing fleet docked alongside a super restaurant (named Dockside) in Port Royal, SC. This was taken about 20 minutes after sunset so I wasn't sure I could do much with the image, but I like the way it turned out too. :-)

Doug Hale ¤1 at 16:07 EST on 2011-Mar-01 [Reply]


lovely subject. the ripples in the water make the rigging look like artifacts. Ten years ago I wouldn't have said that. First time I heard some salesman at Magnolia HiFi talking about artifacts I thought he was making some obscure reference to archeology.

c. stirling bartholomew ¤1 at 23:04 EST on 2011-Mar-01 [Reply]


Thanks Clayton - just think, 20 years ago less than 5% of the population had cell phones - there was no texting or tweets and probably ten years from now, there will be no artifacts (except, as you suggested, in archeology). Technology moves pretty fast these days. :-)

Doug Hale ¤1 at 13:41 EST on 2011-Mar-02 [Reply]