I took this photograph a few months ago on the west cost of France.
The beach through a telephoto gave a deserted look while a bit of processing made it somewhat more vivid that it probably actually was. The vertical is divided in thirds, which with the desolate ness gives an interesting link to the image.
The breaking wave in the middle of the picture breaks the uniformity. This might not be advantageous, for instance Andreas Gursky spent hours in the dark room removing all features from his Rhein II which fetched $4,338,500 at a Christie’s auction some ten years ago. This made it the most expensive photograph ever sold at an auction, a place it held for several years.
My print is on sale at pixels for an incomparable price. Should anyone be interested in a more pleasing price they can contact me and we can work out an exclusivity deal and maybe adjust the photograph to your liking.
What about this version?