Taken a couple of weekends ago at Fulton Harbor in Fulton, Texas.
I've been commenting lately on why I like each of the images I post. As much as anything this is an exercise to help me recognize elements of photography that appeal to me in any given photograph. I hope this eventually helps me to identify a "style" of photography that I can hang my hat on. It's hard to develop any kind of meaningful personal branding without a recognizable "style". It also helps me in my effort to grow as a photography judge, a position I hold in the local photo club I belong to (Bay Area Photo Club in Houston, Texas). It can be difficult in an open critique forum to provide meaningful feedback without this kind of practice.
In this photo I appreciate the color palette and tonality of the texture, and the leading lines and repeating shapes along the horizon. I also like the circular ripples in the water of the foreground which add interest and implied movement to an otherwise static scene.
Title: "Breakwater Parking"
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