Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Horizontal Line and Horizons

In response to “Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Horizontal Line and Horizons“, I’ve enclosed six photos taken over the last few months in and around Fife.

The first photo is of an incoming tide on the Firth of Forth, at Blackness Castle in West Lothian.

Firth of Forth at Blackness Castle

Firth of Forth at Blackness Castle.

The next two photos are taken from North Queensferry in Fife, on the northern shores of the Firth of Forth. They show the horizontal horizon/sea junction, but the Forth Rail Bridge is at an angle.

Forth Rail Bridge - Sun Reflection

Forth Rail Bridge – Sun Reflection.

 

Forth Rail Bridge Reflection

Forth Rail Bridge Reflection.

 

The fourth and fifth photos were taken at Kirkforthar, near Glenrothes, the day of a huge storm.

Storm Clouds over Kirkforthar

Storm Clouds over Kirkforthar.

 

Storm Clouds over Wheat Field - Kirkforthar

Storm Clouds over Wheat Field – Kirkforthar.

 

The final photograph was taken from Seafield CastleΒ Beach in Kirkcaldy, looking towards West Wemyss. It is quite a top heavy photo, the horizon should be further up the photo, but the foreground was unappealing, and the clouds were amazing.

Cloudscape over West Wemyss

Cloudscape over West Wemyss, from Kirkcaldy Beach.

 

 

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27 thoughts on “Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Horizontal Line and Horizons

    • Thanks Janet πŸ™‚ I know what you mean about the emphasis on the clouds, I just feel that the bit of sea/land at the bottom looks like it’s there as an afterthought – but I guess you’re right, plenty of people seem to like it πŸ™‚

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