ISO 1000, f/18, 1/200, 24mm. To see a larger image: http://wp.me/p3RVOB-11f
This image takes us through the ‘cold’ side of the colour wheel in different saturations and luminosity of mauve/blue, blue, green/blue, green and yellow /green. The ‘cold’ colours penetrate rhythmically through the hulls of the boats uninterrupted by any real warmth. Blue and green are contrasting colours that are dominant in the scene (Birren,1994:45).
The shot of the beached yachts with their blue hulls a stronger but balanced match for the cool colours of this winters day. Did you reduce some of the warmth of the background hillside and foreground shale?
From the top of my head I don’t think I did reduce the background warmth because in LR it would be hard to achieve evenly with the masts penetrating. These ‘cold’ colour images leave me a bit ‘cold’ – not in the least part because of cold light and time of year I was working with.