March 2, 2014
Otus Variation #1: Orchid
This is beautiful. Fantastic job
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I don’t know if this picture makes me sad or happy. Anyway it’s a beautiful image, and you have to wonder – what’s the story here.
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Love this photo! It reminds me of being reclaimed! Old, aged,needing to be renewed again, but at the same time seeing its inner beauty as it is falling apart sinking into the mire of life! And you do have to wonder what happened here? what was it like before? where did it travel? and who was guiding its journey? What was it’s purpose? Please show me more!
One of my favorite places in Scotland! Great photo.
This was actually north of San Francisco.
Interesting! The only Inverness I’ve ever been to was in Scotland-its very evocative of the place (though I didn’t see any Loch Ness Monsters). My sister lives in San Francisco and I grew up in Southern Oregon-its beautiful country out there. Thanks for the reply Matt :)
Doesn’t look like San Fransisco, too green and grey skies
Knowing its taken in Inverness reminds me of great memories. Tough to look at it though, Im in Maryland now and I miss Sonoma and Marin Counties something awful. Thanks for sharing Mark
This is really beautiful, & would make a pretty painting!
There’s something about these abandoned boats! My “abandoned” photo was a boat with the same posture in El Tigre, Argentina. Check it out… http://tanguerabeth.wordpress.com/2014/03/02/adrift-and-abandoned/
Well done. Alba gu brath!
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Wonderful picture. So much feeling!
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it might be in danger who ever came over near it..
scary.. how did it happen?
terrific captured image
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I love natural earthly beauty. Great picture
This is such a great picture. Some reason it makes me feel lonely and want to cry.
What a fantastic shot
great pictures…:) where it is?
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Great – just love the moody skies and reflections – certainly true of Scotland
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Absolutely stunning picture!
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Incredible picture !!! Lovely
very impressive.. like it…
I’ve taken shots of that as well. Isn’t it a great find? Of course most of us locals know it’s there, but it’s still fun! Nice interpretation.
Lovely picture!! thank you!! :)
Beautiful picture Matt and I think Inverness should be a nice place. Bye Be a
Lovely sense of Inverness- lived in RioNido.
This is so beautiful; serene yet solemn. And I had no idea there was an Inverness beyond Scotland, my tiny mind has been blown somewhat :)
It looks like an abandoned boat. Makes it very intriguing. Looks like marshes.
Such a lovely picture…..
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Wow..beautifully captured true spirit of Iverness
nice picture ^^
Stunning colours and love the composition!
It looks like it’s about to rain or already did earlier in the day. Appears that no one is around.
Great shot, dreamy
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Really love all your pictures. Great job!
Is this directly from your iPhone 5s or did you have to post process it? Is this also an HDR photo or just a really great normal exposure picture?
Just really great exposure, no HDR. I did run it through Lightroom but it was taken on an iPhone 5S.
Love this picture!
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One of my favorite spots in Inverness, across the street from Saltwater.
This is absolutely gorgeous, bravo you!
see I knew that if I was evicted again I could still find a place to live. Is Inthere us near us or me? not being rude but see museorrmisery.wp documenting move and wht this is considered a new marketable home, GE.K Is it a single dwelling?
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I’m finding some of the most fascinating places and spaces lately – and had to share :)
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wow.. this picture is breath-taking! So many thoughts go through my head when i see this. Pain, struggle, beauty, nature… and so on..
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nice shot .
This is brilliant, first go on your blog as new on WordPress, which camera did you use on this one please?
look above: Matt, March 7, 2014
“Just really great exposure, no HDR. I did run it through Lightroom but it was taken on an iPhone 5S.”
( or have a look at the EXIF-Data )
Hi Matt, I’ll be honest about how I found your blog – WordPress told to me to visit your site. More specifically it said “follow Matt then he’ll follow you.” I’m glad WordPress guided me here, because your images are not only thought provoking – they’re visually stunning.
please don’t feel ‘forced’ to follow me (I don’t roll that way), only follow if you want not because WordPress suggested ;-)
This is lovely and devastating at the same time.
Very pretty photo but it looks like a lonely atmosphere.
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This is a beautiful picture, really.
Beautiful symbolism of today’s world! I know there is a word I want to use … but I can’t remember it!!! … representation of deterioration of the fishing industry and our countryside!
like this photo
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Abenddämmerung an einem wolkigen Tag,
auf diesem Boot fährt niemand.
This is stunning, where can you buy a copy?
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Wonderful photos. I’ll be following.
attracted my attention,but who throws such a valuable capital to nature? Is it the shallow edition of titanic? ;)
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