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Warning of the presence of a dangerous sandbank the clang of the bell in the buoy off Nash Point provides a slightly eery accompaniment to the crashing waves.
Absolutely stunning shot, cracking colours and beautifully presented.
great dramatic scene
Nice to see a sea that's not all milky and retains drama to match the sky. It's pretty spectacular!
Oh Alun, this is just a breathtaking shot! The colours, the moodiness, the light.....it's just amazing! You do these so well!
The sentiment in the title matches the apocalyptical scene. Beautifully done, Alun.
Love the texture in the sea Alun - not too smooth and not too rough. Excellent light and an eery story too!
Wonderfully atmospheric image Alan.
So very beautiful! Superb work.......Sandy
Thanks. Nash Point can be a dangerous place as this link explains: Nash Point although the pertinent info for this image is as follows from the same link:
Quote: In March 1831 the Frolic with Captain Edward Jenkins in command was returning to Bristol from Haverfordwest.
She was making her way round Nash Point when she struck hard into a sandbank. There were no survivors.
The exact number of people onboard were never ascertained but was thought to be about 55.
There were at least 40 passengers including high ranking Officers and one Gerneral as well as some important Pembrokeshire merchants. The public outcry which followed the disaster prompted the planning and building of two lighthouses on Nash Point.
WOW! and some alun a stunner mate
Really like the motion in the sea Alun - really good shot.
Quote: Absolutely stunning shot, cracking colours and beautifully presented.
Beautiful !!!!!.....love the 'sunbeams' in that gorgeous sky !!!!
Excellent seascape Alun! lovely colours and comp
Oh wow Alun! Super comp and wonderful light
A powerful title for a powerful image Alun, lets hope the bell doesn't toll for thee, just yet a while my friend.
Thanks a lot my friends. Cheers Dougie. That would be unduly ironic (shiver runs down spine)
Big thanks to Yung for his coveted UA - really chuffed.
Fine bit of seascapery there Alun. Lovely water movement and a cracking sky.
Thanks again and to Charlotte for the GEA. V. much appreciated
Beautifully composed and exposed
Gobsmacking! Nothing less that we have become accustomed to from you Alun.
Excellent capture Alun.
Thanks to ABstudio (Andy), Andy and Richard. Cheers, guys.
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