Monday, March 31, 2014

Queen's Pier

                         What lies beneath

Queen's Pier, Ramsey, Isle of Man, sadly closed to he public now to walk along and in need of repair, but still one of the most iconic sites of the town. Dating back to 1886 and originally costing £45, 000 to build and once one of the main communication points between the island and Scotland. Now it's a become a boon subject for photographers, especially at daybreak as the sun rises. Today's theme at City Daily Photo is "triangles" and more around he world can be seen here. To view the larger high res image of this photo click here

14 comments:

Gerald (SK14) said...

strong triangles either side of the pier - looks especially good in the larger view

Jane Hards Photography said...

This was the other one I captured that morning, triangles from the side view https://www.picfair.com/pics/ramsey-pier-at-dawn

Ramsey Mom said...

Lovely hun.

Jim said...

Good find for this theme day post.

William Kendall said...

A good angle to take the shot from. It gives the pic a very dramatic quality.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

So much to see in this image Jane, looks fabulous when enlarged.. beautifully framed sunrise.

Virginia said...

So glad to have the Queen B back with us. A great image for our theme.
xx
V

d said...

Nice to see you back. Missed much.

Rob the frog said...

Just perfect. Gosh, glad to see you back, haven't been on your blog for ages!

Bergson said...

a good shot colored
i like

Daryl said...

super shot .. great interpretation of this month's theme!

Hilda said...

I sure hope you were on solid ground when you took this!

Awesome shot!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

This is flat out fabulous.

LOLfromPasa said...

Beautiful photograph!

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