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Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 28 March 2011 in Architecture and Portfolio.

On a newly-constructed public pier (go further out over the water for a fee), there is a window offering a small view of the Gulf, framed in that clean white and aqua-teal color that makes Florida beaches famous.

SAMSUNG WB5500 / VLUU WB5500 / HZ50W 1/400 second F/5.6 ISO 80 5 mm

Rayak from Paris, France

Splendid colors and pov.

28 Mar 2011 7:34am

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, Florida, United States

What a great peek at what is out there ... so did you go on? ;D

28 Mar 2011 11:04am

@Judy aka L@dybug: No, am too cheap. Plus I could walk out to the beach for free and see most of what I wanted to see.

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Beautifully framed shot Glenn! There is something wrong about charging people to gain access to the ocean....IMHO!! ;-)

28 Mar 2011 11:20am

@Eric Cousineau: I totally agree that it is morally wrong to fill the beachside with hi-rise condos and pay-per-view public piers, but sadly that is the trend in Panama City, FL. I still love the place.

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

the blue looks so inviting I wanted to stretch out my hand to touch the new walls:) Such an inviting peek to the sea! If only these were walls to my home,that'd be great!!:)

28 Mar 2011 1:30pm

Photographs by M.E. from San Francisco, United States

NICE!!! I love 'window shots' I have a similar post after tomorrow's b&w version of 'Chopped'... I hope you can check it out. :)

28 Mar 2011 1:34pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A lovely view through that window. I like those colors.

29 Mar 2011 3:17am

dagilmar from Córdoba, Spain

Very nice picture. I love the sky blue colour of the walls.

29 Mar 2011 9:17am

Betsy Barron from Philadelphia, PA, United States

well done! perfect exposure on both sides of the window!

9 Apr 2011 2:01am

SAMSUNG WB5500 / VLUU WB5500 / HZ50W
1/400 second
ISO 80
5 mm