Using an old Post Office Red Telephone Box to filter the sunlight bursting through the cloud after sunrise – the filter generated some really dramatic light – I particularly like the chair drowned in the light drama
Posted January 17, 2013 by Scott Marshall in Coast, Landscape, Photography, postaday, Skyscape, Sunrise, Travel
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you should have seen it punching through heavy cloud no camera was running and raining ( I was cursing honestly)
Totally intriguing. Looks like an incoming call from god…?
maybe it was – laughing out loud across the Atlantic lol
There’s at least a continent between me and the Atlantic, but I’ll take it anyway… laughing is a good thing.
I have even renamed it for a like
Now that made ME laugh….. across the US and the Atlantic
(no apostrophe in Heavens tho)
Hey are you lost (this is WordPress) Ms McGlinn lol
Hey hit the like button then Laura
An iconic symbol for communication. You always seem to be at the right place at the right time for the right reason! Fantastic!
Glad you like and I am glad I got as had been for run and only got camera when I got back so lucky
What I want to know, Scott, is what’s a phone box doing in the middle of nowhere???? Ha ha…. Love this. You must have had fun..!
I agree with you. The chair looks as though it’s had a dash of light added just for this image…!
The chair was just icing on the cake really – the phone box is right on the edge of Town – it just looks like nowhere
Completely amazed me here , in your own words, utterly brilliant
Praise indeed Coast it was one of these something out of nothing shots – quiet satisfying
That’s a striking effect. Really like it.
Thanks Lyle – it had started out with a misty drizzle but the sun punched through and I was lucky
It usually doesn’t work without a little luck but that usually makes up for the times you were unlucky.
Oh, those colours and the light…..magnificent!!!
Thank you it is a real intense burst of colour isnt it
That is a superb picture. I was in a red phone box for the first time in years on New Years day, not to use just for nostalgia.
I was surprised that they don’t take money anymore or the one I was in didn’t so the crow bar went back in the jacket hahaha!
Glad your caring citizen returned in time lol – thanks we still have a few around amazing how quickly they have disappeared from our landscape
Wonderful! What a lovely capture!
Thank you Jody I am quiet proud of it
Awesome, in the proper sense of the word . Made me think of sci-fi movies.
That will do nicely…..bright start to this morning
That reminds me of the TARDIS from Doctor Who. (NERD ALERT NERD ALERT)
Seriously outstanding image Scott!
seriously flattered David – I knew it had something just wasn’t sure if others would see it that way
This is an amazing and beautiful photo. Great capture!!
Appreciated and thanks for commenting – please dig around my archive – Scott
A very interesting & arresting image Scot Great set up.
I love the phrase arresting Brian you can come back
Really glad to see you around Brian thanks again
much appreciated thanks
Very cool shot Scott.
not generally associated with cool Mark so appreciated lol
Beautiful shot! What a capture!
much appreciated Naomi
Wow! Just stunning, Scott.
Very creative indeed! Has a certain cinematic feel.
Good God man, everything is incredible. I’ve never seen a blog where every image is equally stunning as the previous. Thank you for sharing Scotland with me.-amy
That’s the kind of light I have longed for these past couple of months here in Belgrade.
Here I am, tumbling over from Tahira’s blog. You have one very beautiful blog here,sir.
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