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Joe Lightheart

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Going home

sun is rising over the ocean as I am going down the street - I'm not a big fan of wires but I'm not the utility company either...so what's a person to do?

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  • Uploaded: 18th June 2017
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 135
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  • ButchReinhart
    • Seller
    8 months ago
    Lovely. Great photo.
  • Daniel Ausec
    8 months ago
    awesome shot... and you're just using the wires as diagonal lines ! :)
    • Joe Lightheart
      8 months ago
      Thank you, Daniel! You're right-it's up to us to make the picture work with what we have, now only if my brain can get used to that :)
  • barbrad
    • Seller
    8 months ago
    I agree about the wires. I'd love to find a solution. They seem to crisscross every sunset photo I want to take inside the city limits.
    • Joe Lightheart
      8 months ago
      Developers could bury them but that always costs more. I guess we will have to use them to our advantage since they are not going anywhere soon :)
  • Howard Smith
    10 months ago
    This whole series of early morning shots is wonderful, Joe.
    • Joe Lightheart
      10 months ago
      Thank you very much, Howard Smith. I must give my buddy boy some credit because he wakes me up very early in the mornings to go for the doggie walks and I take my camera along :)
      • Howard Smith
        10 months ago
        My dog, Honey, is not so insistent on early morning walks :)
        • Joe Lightheart
          10 months ago
          Buddy boy is a German Shepherd breed and I like to think that he's quite intelligent and figured out it's cooler for him to walk before the sunrises rather than in the heat after the sun is up - who knows?
  • Joe Lightheart
    11 months ago
    Thank you for sharing, Joanne! I appreciate you :)
  • Michaline
    • Seller
    11 months ago
    Great capture!

  • Chowdhury
    11 months ago
    Beautiful shot.
  • Ed Bayeng
    12 months ago
    Wow, majestic and impressive shot!
    • Joe Lightheart
      12 months ago
      Thank you Ed, and thank you very much for sharing!
  • Michael Flick Photography
    1 year ago
    Fantastic shot. I think, if wires are used as leading lines, they are not a bug but a feature :) they only bother if they cross the pic and disrupt the viewing.
  • Blueocean64 - Marco
    1 year ago
    the wires is not a problem if they start in one coner as leading line
    • Joe Lightheart
      1 year ago
      I agree with the wires coming in from that angle. Thank you!
  • Kipcio
    1 year ago
    Amazing !
  • wokabu
    1 year ago
    What a stunning image, Joe... fantastic mood and colors!



    About the wires: I agree with Leigh!
    • Joe Lightheart
      1 year ago
      Thank you very much, wokabu. If you want to see wires go to Bangkok or even google it. They have the most incredible and unbelievable wire network!
  • Leigh Goessl
    1 year ago
    I know what you mean about the wires, but honestly my eye was not even drawn to them when I saw this image. Beautiful
    • Joe Lightheart
      1 year ago
      I'm now tending to agree with you, but you know how we are our own worse critic? Thank you very much, Leigh
      • Leigh Goessl
        1 year ago
        I was in a conversation about a year ago because they put up a huge cell tower in the area and tried to disguise it as a huge tree. It's actually better than others I've seen but the other person said that we should not try to disguise them that they are part of our landscape in a modern world. His argument was a way I hadn't thought of it before.
        • Leigh Goessl
          1 year ago
          and yes, we definitely are our worst critic :)
  • garysibio
    1 year ago
    Beautiful sky
  • Joanne Collicott McGuigan
    1 year ago
    Fantastic shot Joe. I have the same thing here with the power lines above ground on poles. I heard the lines couldn't be run underground because of the magnetic field here but it's probably more about the cost. Shared
    • Joe Lightheart
      1 year ago
      Thank you very much, Joanne. I believe you are right it's about the added costs. Sometimes I think this is 2017! Why are we not living in a perfect world already? Haha Thank you very much for sharing!
  • Denise Savage
    1 year ago
    Know what you mean with the wires. Stunning shot!
    • Joe Lightheart
      1 year ago
      Thank you Denise. The wires-not as bad as Bangkok though :))
      • Denise Savage
        1 year ago
        Oh strike! Yes, and I've never been there - only seen other's images . . .
  • Peter Millar
    • Seller
    • Pro
    1 year ago
    Personally I prefer to leave the wires in, but I watched a Serge Ramelli video recently in which he showed how to get rid of them in Photoshop.
    • Joe Lightheart
      1 year ago
      Peter, now that you mention it - the wires don't bother me as much. Thank you and thanks for the tip from Serge. I have not tried photoshop it seems so complicated. Maybe one day
  • Mark Doyle
    • Seller
    • Pro
    1 year ago
    Wow absolutely incredible capture
  • Elenka Smilenova
    • Seller
    1 year ago
    Just just one word and she is wonderful
  • Olga N
    1 year ago
    Beautiful
  • CarolDM
    1 year ago
    Perfect shot. I barely see the wires. Such a calming and peaceful shot Joe.