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Looking over to the lights of St Ives from the rocky foreshore at Godrevy. I think at this point there was only me shooting as the others had all packed up ... though I could be wrong
Hope your weekend has gone to plan. Mine's been a bit mixed what with Fran's bad back and my Stag Night on Saturday [whcih incidentally, I am still suffering from]
Catch up in a bit, the family taxi service has just clocked on
stunning composition and detail amazing shot
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Cracking stuff mate!
LOL @ Paul!
Good job the shot's better than your spelling!
... oops, silly me
I was sober when I took [and processed] this one Martin
A strong composition as usual Paul, nice detail on the foreground rocks and particularly like the lights seen on the distant slip of land. Hope the head clears soon enough!
LOL ... cheers mate, the mist is starting to clear now
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No sympathy from me
Cracking shot though.
Lots of drama here - great shot
Quote: No sympathy from me
Nor me! You've only got yourself to blame
Fabulous composition, Paul! And very tidily processed, sir!
I think you were the only one shooting at this point, so your memory isn't as damaged as you thought, despite the stag night
Sublime image Paul.....end of summer
I don't want your sympathy guys ... just yer votes, thanks
Nowt wrong with me memory Bill, remind me though, which one were you again???
Like the good details on those rocks and the light and colours make it worth being out there still.
Lovely light on the fg rock ledge. Great work.
Self inflicted wounds and all that, Paul.
We've (mostly) all been there and done it at least once, although not always having a stag night as an excuse. Doesn't appear to have started any camera shake though. (isn't IS marvellous for the hungover tog).
LOL ... I don't have an IS lens Malc, I just whack up the ISO and shutter speed accordingly then run it through noise reduction software
Fantastic shot and portfolio.
Thank you Clive
Love the texture and light on those rocks, nice composition too.
A fine image Paul, great composition. Good luck for your big day and best wishes to you both.
cracking image matey ,should have titled this GREAT WHITE..
Ta folks ... nice one Andy
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