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The relentless force of the Atlantic Ocean crashes into the rocks beneath one of the old tin mine wheel houses at Botallack in Cornwall. Not the easiest of places to get to, but all the better to witness the sea at work.
The sea looks awesome and the light is so magnificent....John.
Great capture of the power of the sea Paul.
Some wonderful tones in those rocks
The sea looks so dangerous
Some nice light bringing out the detail and the sea looks fantastic. A quality image Paul.
Cheers guys, was brilliant just listening to the waves pounding against those rocks!!!
Well worth getting to this view point Paul, good timing and light too
Thank you both!!!
Excellent composition, energy and light.
Unreal mate loving it so much I would actually buy this one mate!
Cheers Andy ... coincidentally I have just put this one on my website
Tis a quality exposure mate !
Bit of a weedy wave though , needs the full force lapping over the tin mine on a re-visit ?
Id buy it for a biscuit tin
Not a bad wave for Summer though
What, no chocolate box?
Beautiful! I can feel the wind and the spray on my face looking at this and the colours in the sea are in mesmerising.
Thankfully the wind was blowing to our right at this point Cathy, but it was a good stiff breeze to blow away any cobwebs
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