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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 4 Dec 2012, 00:44
Huddled together...like seals that know there is a killer whale waiting in the deeper water...
Bill Phillips: More likely a killer container ship Ray
I would think this were here, but know differently. Wonderful!
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much Mary
The image is almost as beautifully haunting as the song!
Bill Phillips: Ange and I saw Nana Mouskouri on stage back in the 70s. She was totally captivating
  • Chris
  • England
  • 4 Dec 2012, 06:48
I'd run from this sea if I were you matey...looks like it's poisoned with turmeric or mustard or summatt!
Bill Phillips: This is art matey. Well summat like that anyway
  • Sally
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 Dec 2012, 07:13
Stunning Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Sally. You can come and visit my blog again grin
Oh Bill this is a lovely sight, all that brine makes me go weak at the knees
Bill Phillips: Strewth there IS life after death then
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 4 Dec 2012, 07:32
The golden sea! More sea than sky - and not any bathing person can be seen.
Bill Phillips: Far too cold and i think too dangerous Philine
very unusual treatment. fantastic transition from the warm, wet sand to the cool overcast skies
Bill Phillips: I had my twiddling hat on Ayush grin
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Dec 2012, 08:46
Lovely golden glow, and I like the cloud bank rolling by.

Guessing that is Nana Mouskouri - don't think I could cope this early in the day!
Bill Phillips: It is. Ange and I saw her in the 70s on stage and she was very good indeed!
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 4 Dec 2012, 08:47
Was this taken with a jaundiced eye, Bill?
Bill Phillips: But of course dear Lisl
Fine shot, Bill - have you been out with Frank? smile
Bill Phillips: No but one of these days.......
Great "otherworldly" atmosphere Bill. Or maybe it's this world after some catastrophe
Bill Phillips: We are doomed!!
  • Chad Doveton
  • where latitude and longitude meet
  • 4 Dec 2012, 09:37
The world when all the seas are polluted, a warning to us all Bill.
Bill Phillips: Repent I say, Repent!!
Not a bad effort but could do better.
Bill Phillips: Agreed Mick. Still learning!!
The beach at dusk? Great to see the sun go down
Bill Phillips: Early morning. Grey and cold John
All thats missing Bill,is the statue of liberty sticking up out of the sand, it has that desolate feel to it, I like a bit of desolation now and again. smile Good stuff.
Bill Phillips: Hehehe, now I wish I had thought of that Frank
What a great shot and treatment Bill!
Bill Phillips: Cheers Martin. Pleased you like it
You've created something very special with this treatment, Bill.
Bill Phillips: That is great praise coming from you Beverly
  • Penny
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Dec 2012, 13:37
I agree about choosing the music being as enjoyable as choosing the shots, Bill. Nana Mouskouri was one of my father's favourites - we played When the White Rose Blooms Again and Cookuruku Coo or whatever it's called at his funeral which encouraged the tears to flow....
After he'd died she did her farewell tour and I went to see her in Manchester on his behalf. She sent me a signed picture after I wrote to her telling her about playing the songs. We always used to mock Dad for his enjoyment of her when we were young, (used to call her Banana Moussaka) but actually rather enjoyed the songs I think.
Bill Phillips: Ange and I saw her on stage in Birmingham. At the end of her performance she sang amazing grace unaccompanied under a single spotlight. It was pure magic! Well called her Banana Moussaka too! It was a nice gesture of her to send the picture
  • Penny
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Dec 2012, 13:37
'La Mer' would have been another good choice.....
Bill Phillips: I suppose it would!
I like this Bill, very good angle on the breakers and a great sky.
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much Brian
I have nevr seen lowestoft being given a gilt edge to it ... but as you love the place so much I'm just happy for you. Bet you wouldn't spend a week in B& B in lowestoft.
Bill Phillips: I would go there any time for the breakfast we had in that cafe!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Dec 2012, 17:54
Some colour fiddling here, I believe? It seems to work quite well. Is that a washed-up whale on the beach?
Bill Phillips: Well quite a lot actually Alan. I think it was Mick Shaw trying to steal my camera.
Very dramatic sunset Bill, or a daring dramatic twiddle.
Bill Phillips: About 9 in the morning. total twiddle Sheila
A beautiful and magical image Bill!
Norwich beach?

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