An Old Dock in the Lake

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I used one of Trey’s Lightroom Presets on the photo below. Thanks again for all the good feedback on those – I am glad everyone is enjoying them!

Daily Photo – An Old Dock in the Lake

A bit further down the road to Glenorchy is an old dock that has fallen into the lake over the years. You can pull off the road just about anywhere and take a very short little walk to see a bunch of things you can’t see otherwise. I sometimes force myself to pull over and just go for little jaunt off in one direction or another. I’m pretty good at visualizing what it might be like from the road, but there’s often hidden information back there…

An Old Dock in the Lake

Photo Information

  • Date Taken2018-01-05 12:37:29
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  • Aperturef/5.6
  • ISO400
  • Focal Length28mm (28mm in 35mm)
  • Flashflash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
  • Exposure Programaperture priority
  • Exposure Bias

  • susan ratcliff

    cool shot – yes, that dock has seen better days!

  • louis van zyl

    Sometimes nice to see how it was but its hard to bring back the past. Love the glow on the water.Forgot to staighten out the sea line,if too many onlookers today you will not have any more water to as it would have run out the picture.hehe!!!

  • Nick

    I love the steely feel of this photo!

  • PatM1022

    I like scanning pictures at the very highest resolution to see what’s going on in the detal. If you look right between the two pillars at the very bottom, right in the middle between the base of the pillars, you’ll see a crab. It looks like it might be munching on a fish – not clear about that part, but the crab is clear.

  • Great photo of the dock that used to be!! Thanks for sharing, have a wonderful Wednesday 🙂

  • Great photo. Reminds me of the crumbling concrete piers along Lake Michigan here, except nicer looking.

  • Andrea Boyle

    Uh, I’m missing that… Can’t see it. But love the photo anyway!

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