"The Longest Stretch"~~~~~~best seen at full resolution!

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Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 21, 2011

This panoramic is the result of six separate images merged in CS5...

Xpeditor on April 21, 2011

Stunning! I remember more fishing boats, but today everything is "get big or get out."

David Brown Photogra… on April 21, 2011

Wow.... lots of detail and writing that one can read!

Its BIG Jim.

Glad to see you have that unusual shade of sky in this one also!

Best wishes - Jethro

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 21, 2011

Xpeditor-----There are only three trawlers and a dozen or so crabbers working from the port!

The fish quay is now a deserted and largely unused facility which is in need of demolition! This would permit the only other vital source of income (tourists) to enjoy the view!

Jethro~~~I used my little Nikon zoom compact to take these frames..hand held the camera too! I cannot better this little camera for clarity, and of course, convenience! It out performs my much more expensive DSLR kit in many ways!

Thanks for your visit and nice comments guys!

jim

Theolfa on April 21, 2011

Wow! Zoom x 2 and see the detail, the beautiful reflections in the river, and the gorgeous colours. This is a keeper, Jim, I love it! Theolfa

Neil Grimwood on April 21, 2011

Hiya Jim,hows things with you??? There's a hell of a lot in this shot mate,"stretch" is the key word alright.Taken with a compact and hand held!! well your little Nikon has come up with the goods Jim.

Best wishes as always...Neil.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 21, 2011

Theolfa~~~I find this place so irresistible Theolfa, I rarely walk by this spot without my camera! I treasure the little camera that was used for these images! The images are always sharp and endowed with good colour! The Y* and your lovely compliment is much appreciated!

Neil Grimwood~~Well thanks Neil, I'm thankful for your excellent feedback:) The Nikon I still use, shares many of the features as those in Si's new digicam! Only the most expensive cameras with equally expensive lens can better the sharpness of the Nikor zoom lenses!

To you both, I express my sincere thanks for your visit and lovely comments ;>)

Jim

Sigh on April 21, 2011

Aye, I had zoomed in on this twice today. I was going to leave the comment until after the usual barrage you get. It is excellent. What's more, something few will appreciate, the movement of the boats which is inevitable. The masts move far more the the boat its self. So stitching becomes a greater task. It's good, Jim. Well done to you.

cjlin on April 22, 2011

Pro.shot, so beautiful of the harbor. like

buwi on April 22, 2011

Das ist so Klasse! Perfekter Rundumsicht und tolle Spiegelung! L und Grüße, Bea

愛 Sylvietsak 女 on April 22, 2011

5 likes...good work and good result Jim...I like it...

My best wishes for this season of Easter...Health Love and prosperity...

Kind regards

Sylvie

♦Rosa♦ on April 22, 2011

Wow....is all I can say. It has all been said! It takes quite a while to go from left to right when enlarged x 2 on my computer but well worth it. Slow and easy is the key with so much to see! Y*....Well done :~)) and Happy Easter Jim.

Cheers, Rosa.

Dee Wainwright on April 22, 2011

Wow that shot is beautiful well done jim :-)

JKG1944 on April 22, 2011

What a cracking shot Jim, especially as the series of photo's were taken hand held, good colour, lovely reflections. YS & L for this one. Have a great week-end. John.

ƤōƝƓ on April 22, 2011

Great effort, impressive result, Jim. LIKEd

Regards, ah-p☺ng

Samantha Lacy ღ on April 22, 2011

This really has the wow factor Jim, the details are something else, I had a lovely afternoon stroll around your home town, thank you :)

Closed on April 22, 2011

GOOD GOLLY Jim ;>)!

This is an amazing panorama! So much to see and such a lovely place! Very well done feller!

Smiles from the snow (yes, still) GG:)

Giorgio Sari on April 22, 2011

eccellente sviluppo fotagrafico.Ciao Giorgio

mbe21 (On A Break) on April 22, 2011

Pleasure craft taking over from the working trawlers is a sign of our times.

Super photo Jim, The concept and composition is excellent giving a very interesting perspective. CS5 did a great job stitching them together.

Best Wishes

Mick

K@rin on April 22, 2011

fantastic job done here Jim , it is amazing to see, wonderful clear and great with the reflections , YS and like, best wishes K@rin

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 21, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Taken on 2011/04/19 18:18:20
    • Exposure: 0.010s
    • Focal Length: 8.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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