As it turned out I wasn't really happy of any of the shots across the harbour, but I quite liked a few others, so here they are...
Harbour View Flats.
Dominating the skyline on my side of the harbour are the tallest buildings in Gosport, I think they're called Harbour View Towers. I took quite a few different photographs with my Fujifilm S5700 / S700, up close, from a distance, abstracts, etc, but I wasn't very happy with most of them.
Being so tall, obviously there was lots of perspective distortion in the shots I took of the buildings, but I think I wasn't happy with them because of the extreme difference in light. The Sun was shinning directly on the light-coloured walls, making exposure tricky - perhaps I need to return earlier or later in the day.
The above was taken from as far away as I could get without other stuff getting in the way. I was standing at the far end of the board-walk than extends around the Marina. I zoomed in, to flatten the image, reduce destortion, and so that the buildings appeared closer together than they actually were, then braced myself against the wind to try and get a steady shot.
Marina Pier Board-Walk.
Just a grab shot as I was walking along the board-walk, taken with the camera at hip level as I passed a young family braving the Winter cold.
Atomic Clock, Towards Holy Trinity Church
Another test shot really - its an interesting location, but I need to take a bit more time and work out a better angle.
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