Taken inside 'Eyemouth harbour. These hard working men were busy cleaning rubbish from the harbour, I guess.
I really like this shot, I think it's fantastic composition. LIKE & Y* Always stopped at St Abbs, I've never taken the time to stop at Eyemouth.
Hi Mark. Thanks for another visit and comment. Eyemouth is a fascinating place to visit with its friendly seals too. Lots of small harbour work to be seen here so great for pictures like this, so I recommend a visit. Thanks for the L & YS.
:;) Like Alina
Like this beautiful photo!
Wonderful portraits photographs!
Alina, Dušan, Wilma and 牛雷, thank you for your visits and comments here. Special thanks for your likes too.
牛雷 welcome to my humble gallery. Delighted to make your acquaintance.
Greetings to you all, Herb
Great shot Herb, really looks good in b & w.
Lovely shot - and great title! :) Another super mono shot from you. Like it. Best wishes, Clive
Laurel and Clive another comment from you both, this time regarding a subject that you don't see too much in this gallery - people - being the main interest instead of the landscapes. I have put my welder into the competition but I still have time to change it for this as, like you, I like this too.
Obviously it's entirely your decision, Herb, but of the two, this would be my preference. And by the way, yes, the faves are mounting up! :) CoB
Hmmm Clive, you've made me think now! (I have already entered the other but I can still change it.
Cheers again, Herb
Great shot Herb, that hint of sepia, it's just right. Cheers John.
Great shot and title, well chosen B&W…..like
From me also a great shot and title and a wonderful b/w shot. If you zoom in and look at the faces it's wonderfulto see that you almost can see the colors. Are they trying to get rid of algae and goose barnacles? LIKE. Jan
Denise, John, Wilma and Jan, more visits and great comments from you guys. The title - well I could just imagine him saying that but a using much stronger word than damn! This was taken a few moments before the welder shot on here. Just cleaning up the harbour area of rubbish I guess. toning - converted to B&w then slight brown tone added. thanks for the likes.
Interesting fishing's scene to the cigaret...
So, are they salvage the floating wood?
What a lovely photo in b&w !!! Best regards from Athens
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Photo taken in Eyemouth, Scottish Borders, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location