Like many ports up and down the country, Ipswich Waterfront, has been, and still is undergoing a major transformation.
The majority of the Flour Mills and Maltings have already been converted into hotels, restaurants and apartments and the remainder well on their way to becoming the same, with new buildings interwoven that compliment the whole area. One building that remains untouched thankfully is The Old Customs House, which remains a focal point of the waterfront.
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elkab (3780) 2011-09-13 0:33
Really an impressionic shot with amazing play of moody ligths and vivid colors (fantastic water reflections and amazing golden lights on deep blue water). Superb contrasts and light managment.
JFS (32459) 2011-09-13 0:44
Iain, I think it is the first blue hour reflection I see on TE! Wonderful reflection full of details and excellent light and colors. My compliments!
ikeharel (78317) 2011-09-13 2:49
Nice taken this inverted reflection, lights and contrast superb in a clear compo.
jhm (160023) 2011-09-13 3:26
Almost a modern painting with these fantastic colors.
You chose it blue hour with a nice enlightenment.
Very well composition lovely colors too. TFS.
Sonata11 (34007) 2011-09-13 7:56
wonderful and impressive, looks like an impressionism picture with great play of ligths and vivid colors. Marvelous water reflection. Super composition and framework. I like to have a picture on the wall. I love it. My congrats.
All the best,
TopGeo (38216) 2011-09-13 9:55
a modern painting! Excellent idea with perfect blue colour and reflections! Superb contrasts and light management.
jemaflor (103133) 2011-09-13 9:58
Great light and blue hour shot, lovely contrast of colors, good idea with this shot on only the reflection on water, tfs.
jjcordier (79297) 2011-09-13 10:25
Tu innoves avec un reflet-heure bleue...et le résultat est une belle photo que l'on regarde avec beaucoup de plaisir.
macjake (72555) 2011-09-17 8:35
love the blue hour lighting!
the only thing i would maybe change here, is getting rid of some of the noise thats present due to the ISO of 1600.
but the illumination, the color contrasts and the wiggle in the water are all great, and make for a pleasing visual.
very interesting too, as i've never really thought about capturing a blue hour reflection
have a great w/e
s_lush (16602) 2011-09-20 5:19
I like the light, color and very aesthetically distorted lines and forms of this blue-hour photo. A very good idea, which was realized by you perfectly!
nobuikehonda (3848) 2011-09-27 16:08
Mmmm, what a pleasant reflection. The deep blue to the warmness of the orange light, Impression of the image captures all who see the image. The reflection dissolve the most solid to an ephemeral being. Serenity of the image invites us to your world ever so naturally. I like the image very much.
With my very best wishes to you,
Have a nice but a productive week, Iain