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A tricky one to get - especially with a cumbersome view camera. Focussing needed a lot of movements and even setting the tripod was a precarious business...
Abstract shapes, lines. I can imagine this printed very large.
Fascinating-- wonderful texture as well as shapes and light!
Looks impossible to shoot with a tripod and even harder with the Ebony, the scale is so difficult to judge, but maybe even smaller than yesterdays image?
I echo Moira's comment - beautiful abstract shapes - cannot judge the scale.
Tripods? I would find that impossible to use in this kind of situation. Glad you made it back
@Dougie: The total drop was around thirty feet at a guess and the rockpool was about ten feet below me and roughly three foot across. By cunning use of view-camera movements, I was able to utilise an apparent camera position that looks a wee bit more precarious than it was in reality. It was still a right b*****r to get, though.
Subtle colours and a wonderful contrast between pin sharp rocks and woolly water. Super comp.
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