Steven Wharram, LRPS  


Through a Window by Steven Wharram, LRPS

June 2020 - Through a Window

About the Image(s)

This was taken on a beach that is quite remote, does not have anything going on and is really abandoned boats and derelict buildings. The reason for this is that there is a nuclear power station very close. So this area is now just a nature reserve for all intents and purposes.

What I did:
As usual, I've kept any manipulation to a minimum
A slight crop, otherwise SOOC
Resized for this Group


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11 comments posted

Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
This made me laugh and well found, and thank you as I had hard period since mid April will not able to go out much along with the death of my father.

Thank you once again for making me laugh.   Posted: 06/11/2020 19:33:02
Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
All the best Tim.   Posted: 06/18/2020 05:55:11

Barbara Dunn   Barbara Dunn
You find the most interesting images, Steven. I love the worn and grungy look of the whole, as well as the graphic in the window.   Posted: 06/12/2020 15:51:20
Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
Barbara, you partly want buildings like this left as they were but the use of them for art does at least extend their use and interest to others, like myself.   Posted: 06/18/2020 05:56:24

Paul Swepston   Paul Swepston
I really like the angle that you shot this with the window perspective helping draw your eyes to the crazy cat.   Posted: 06/12/2020 16:48:34
Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
Thanks Paul.   Posted: 06/18/2020 05:57:00

Wendy Stanford   Wendy Stanford
Hi Steven, Great image, the grungy dilapidated frame and the angle that you have taken the shot holds your focus on the image within, lovely colours and makes you wonder what it was previously.   Posted: 06/20/2020 06:33:13
Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
Thanks Wendy   Posted: 06/30/2020 04:40:03
Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
Thanks Wendy   Posted: 07/03/2020 03:04:56

Kathaleen Coelho   Kathaleen Coelho
hi steve,

nice catch of an interesting scene. the old window is almost bypassed as I go in to see the colorful cat-like figure. then you realize that it's also worn and ragged bringing me back out to see the window again. I like the angle it was taken at. The only recommendation would be to crop out more of the white wood on the right hand side as I keep seeing that large space as a distraction.

  Posted: 06/22/2020 20:27:25
Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
Thanks for the suggestion re the right hand side   Posted: 06/30/2020 04:39:42