Happy Monday, everyone.

I’m hoping you enjoyed the weekend and the newly arrived Spring season. It seems that just about everything is blossoming now, which makes for some beautiful scenes. Great time to be out capturing images.

Today I have another toned image, similarly processed to the “Riverside Stroll” previously posted. It’s a plain and simple image that I hope you enjoy.

This particular morning started off rather foggy but the sun burned away enough to make this capture possible before the light became too harsh. There remains some fog in the distance and the sky here, which actually helps with the overall color.

Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful day.

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17 Responses to The Sunlit Dock

  1. Ginnie says:

    “Plain and simple” is often where it’s at, Jimi, when it comes to good photography! I love this…the tones, the silhouettes, the poles breaking the horizon….
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  2. Marc Collins says:

    Great colour tone to this image. The hint of sunburst at the top is a nice touch too.
    Great work Jimi.
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  3. Eden says:

    This is gorgeous Jimi!
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  4. Jim Nix says:

    great light and love the comp Jimi!
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  5. Mark Neal says:

    Beautiful shot, Jimi. Your toning is perfect for this composition which is also great by the way.
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  6. Edith Levy says:

    This is great Jimi. I love how you’ve brought this tight, right into the frame. Also love the tones.
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  7. Adam Olson says:

    Gorgeous Jimi! Love the contrast in the image.
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  8. LensScaper says:

    Unusual toning for a seascape but it really works so well – sort of pseudo-sunrise. Placing the sunburst on the edge of the shot is neat. I love the composition. A great start to the week, Jimi.
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  9. I like this simple composition and monochrome look. A great start to the week – keep up the good work.

    By the way, like your Pinterest board. Thanks for including one of my blog posts.
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  10. Victoria says:

    WOW, Beautiful photo!

  11. Jimi, I love the way the water looks like slices of gold flakes. Lovely!
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  12. A.Barlow says:

    wow man, great job with this one!
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  13. Ken Bello says:

    This is so sweet, Jimi. I love that gold tone.
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  14. Very nice Jimi, the tones were my fav till I spotted the shadows and really settled in on the comp, very nice
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  15. Rick Louie says:

    Fantastic shot! Love the silhouettes of the pilings.
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  16. Wow, I love the sunburst and the shadows on the dock in this one Jimi. Nicely done!
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