The things that float ashore on this beach in Jubail, Saudi Arabia have a beauty all their own.
nice shot ;)
14 Jun 2008 5:55am
@Saeed: Thank you, Saeed.
Great shape and nice tones : a beautiful shot
14 Jun 2008 9:19am
@Calusarus: Many thanks, Calusarus.
the composition and colours are great! like the tonality!
nicely done indeed!
14 Jun 2008 9:57am
@saeed: Thank you, Saeed.
I love it when wood worn this way washed up... makes you wonder where it came from and how long it was in the water! Well done, beautiful color and detail!
14 Jun 2008 10:58am
@Betty: Thank you very much, Betty.
Nature's leftovers sure can be masterpieces, bravo Michael :)
14 Jun 2008 11:11am
@Lorraine: Thanks so much, Lorraine.
Captured in wonderful light!
14 Jun 2008 11:32am
@Craig: Thank you, Craig.
um lovely and great colors with great light with :) great SHOT
14 Jun 2008 11:46am
@Farhad.B: Thank you, Farhad.
Beautiful image. You've made this look like a treasure! Excellent light, colours and framing
14 Jun 2008 12:06pm
@Andrew Gould: Thank you, Andrew. I appreciate that.
A broken shell and a piece of kelp, anchored by a small piece of driftwood and its shadow.
This is a beautiful still life shot!
14 Jun 2008 12:09pm
@Judy: Thank you, Judy. That's very kind.
great flotsam shot! love the cuttlefish bone! your framing is always picture perfect. do you make greeting cards with your photos? you really should!
14 Jun 2008 12:10pm
@dj.tigersprout: Many thanks for the delightful comment and for the greeting card idea which I have never done.
J'aime les differentes matières (bois, sable, os de seiche, algues). Une belle nature morte marine !
14 Jun 2008 12:22pm
@TILALA: Merci beaucoup, Marie.
nice framing; excellent shot...
14 Jun 2008 12:33pm
@paulski: Thank you, Paulski.
I love it too me it resembles a horses head... as you would look at the front of it... my imagination... running wild... great shot
14 Jun 2008 1:03pm
@MJ: I like your interpretation. thank you, MJ.
Realy good image, great colours
14 Jun 2008 1:41pm
@Alun Lambert: Thank you, Alun.
Beautiful composition, wonderful framing worth of hanging on one's wall. Love the tones.
14 Jun 2008 5:21pm
@Marion: Thank you very much, Marion.
14 Jun 2008 6:35pm
@bruno: Thank you, Bruno.
Excellent photo Michael, great detail, and the shadow looks good. I once found a carved wooden fish, it had The Pitcairn Islands on it. It had an amazing journey !
14 Jun 2008 7:26pm
@Observing: That's a great story. I always hope to find something like that. Many thanks.
Beautiful capture. I like the colour tones and the different textures!
14 Jun 2008 8:02pm
@standley: Thank you, Richard.
Interesting driftwood, use to walk along the beach and stumble upon these things. Like the textures and tones, nice image.
14 Jun 2008 8:10pm
@John Maslowski: Thanks very much, John.
Différentes matières intéressantes et une couleur jaune dominante très douce, jolie composition marine.
14 Jun 2008 8:47pm
@Evelyne Dubos: Merci, Evelyne.
Magnifique. Les couleurs chaudes, le cadrage, la lumière, le sujet... Bravissimo.
14 Jun 2008 10:46pm
@Suzanne Labbé: Merci, Suzanne.
Love this image, Michael. It would look great on my wall.
15 Jun 2008 2:47am
@amy: Thanks, Amy. Please feel free to make a copy or if you would like I can email you the full-sized image.
That's a hefty piece of driftwood, I love the tones and colours in this shot Michael.
15 Jun 2008 8:54am
@MaryB: Thank you, Mary.
The colours make me think of the colours in the desert, hence the Arabian Peninsula. You did a beautiful still life here, Michael!And...I totally agree with you, a beach can offer many surprises, as the ocean is an adventurous collector.
16 Jun 2008 1:12am
@Japanalia: A great comment. Thank you, Gabriela.
Interesting. All kinds of interesting stuff used to wash up on the beach at South Padre in Texas, but there are so many tourists these days the beaches are always scrubbed of anything good.
16 Jun 2008 10:26pm
@Twelvebit: Many thanks for commenting.
That is very nice. I am one of the millions of driftwood fans.
16 Jun 2008 11:19pm
@Michael Rawluk: Thank you, Michael.
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