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Hi and firstly huge thanks to Cheesey, Martin, Andy, Jeanie and Kate for their awards on the Hartland image....this is from the hard drive again and a pic taken at Saltwick Bay
An absolute corker....really like this Jeremy. I need to find some new locations like this one !!
Excellent light on the FG rocks Jeremy. A lovely shot.
worth the looking, inspiring!
Superb clarity and detail, Jeremy!
Excellent composition and some beautiful side lighting.
Lovely light and tranquility, Jeremy.
Beautifully conceived abd executed, Jeremy
An amazingly well controlled exposure, Jeremy. The cluster of foreground rocks have been so well composed, while the stack is perfectly positioned.
Another cracking shot Jeremy, love the comp, mood and sidelighting on those foregrond rocks . Very nicely done .
Yet another excellent image
That's a cracking image jeremy - seen many shots from this location but this is quite different - no wrecked boat for a start! Really good work.
Thanks Jason really appreciate it , the only reason the wreck isn't in it is because the tide was too high
Your landscapes set the standard I want to reach - I've a long way to go
even with our Scottish scenery!
A master class in long exposure landscape photography.
For me it is a change to see the tide in as I have always timed it so I can get to the wreck (though only once had light!). Would work as a mono too
marvellous matey... have yet another mtc UA
A stunning scene and capture.The rock in the distance looks so mysterious.
Just working my way back through the weekend's posts so look forward to the Hartland one. This is really well composed using rocks and water to lead the eye in. The side lighting brings the shot to life and the sea weed is a great touch.
I don't usually have much time for this "worm's eye view" malarkey...I think it's very overdone and starting to look a bit dated...but I have to admit this is one of the best images of Black Nab I've seen. And I've seen quite a few.
A lot of it's down to the sky, which I think you've treated brilliantly.
But tonally, the whole thing is stunning.
Outstanding , Jeremy.
Thanks for the feedback , very much appreciated
Like your comp and the light on the foreground stones Jeremy
Jeremy, that liquid feel again......this is such a lovely image with such a strong b/g.......as always first class mate.
fantastic image, so many on your pages
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