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Taken a few weeks ago on the beach at Old Hunstanton in Norfolk.
No. 2 takes account of the comments made by redstag and cassiecat
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My only comment is that perhaps the marram grass is a bit dominant in the foreground. A tighter crop would sort that out for me. Otherwise I like all the elements in this.
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A lovely composition, Albert, well captured. Carol
A lovely comp - I agree with cropping a tad off the bottom - makes a lovely scene - nice one
agree about the crop, and would have been good to catch the walkers in the gap between the grasses.lesley
Nice one Albert
Lovely sand, something we miss in this area, I like the tufty grass, makes it for me, great shot, haven't seen a busy beach yet this year
Makes me want to get to the coast quickly
v2 is lovely .... the inclusion of the couple shows off the scale and that sand looks so inviting
A lovely scene Albert. I much prefer v1 - for some reason to me it is more pleasing to the eye. I think the central placement of the figures in v2 makes it lose its impact.
(I don't think you can get much closer to the thirds "rule" than you have here.
The crop works well-- like this one!
Both lovely images Albert. ..........Sandy
Quote: would have been good to catch the walkers in the gap between the grasses.lesley
I agree V.2 would be my choice if the grass did not partly obscure the walkers. Have you cloned it out in v.1 or is it a slightly different viewpoint.
I haven't spent much time on site for the last week too much footie on TV. I'm off now to watch Brazil. Andy
Like the rugged look of the grass Albert.
Nice colours too.
both works well Albert, great shot
Many thanks to everybody who have looked, voted and commented.
A pleasant image Albert and all the elements working together..well almost.
both work for me..
A very lovely scene Albert.
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