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Time for another boat today my friends! :-)

This is a very treasurable shot for me as it consists a tourist boat and my sulking bird - the one I discovered in my viewfinder with a bit of delay but was so happy to take a shot of it too and share it with you...:-))
The sun that day was very strong as was the wind and my sight was trying to get in right focus the boat, to make some bearable composition, to keep the horizon line steady and to make it as fast as possible, because the boat was moving fast and there was a great possibility while adjusting all these things to let it go out of the pic...;-)))
So, there is the result. This is the very mouth of Kamchia River and it explains the bit yellowish colour of the sea water in foreground. The big stones you see at the bottom are part of the attempts they made to preserve what's left of the shore after the big invasion of sea, 1 year ago. Actually the beaches there were one of the largest and widest around Varna. Despite the dangerous sea bottom (because of the constant river flood) they were mostly prefered by tourists and citizents from Varna. No matter how many people were there the beaches never looked crowded and it was one of their main attractiveness. To compare how they look now and how it was before the sea invasion, let me say that the tiny sand line you see behind the boat was the end of the beach...Now all the beach is gone unfortunately and only a very narrow strip remained.

Well, hope you will enjoy it...
Wish you a nice and sunny Sunday to all of you! :-))

PP: (no matter how I tried to keep it steady, the bloody horizon appeared a bit inclined after all so..) rotated it a bit, clarified and sharpened, adjusted a tiny bit the fade correction.
All comments for impovement are warmly welcomed as always!

carper, Aegean, nwoehnl, jrj, ChrisJ, Kenny10pin, ephemere33 has marked this note useful

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