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A couple more from Dungeness, thank you for the great response to the last
What a super place to take photos, Jeremy!
I love the POV in V1!
V2 must have been a very useful building - at some time!!
Two superb pics.Really like v2
Excellent picture, I really like the composition on this one.
Superb Dungy shots, well worth the early start.
Both compositions are so well conceived, Jeremy. Two truly excellent images.
Smashing shot. Like the perspective and moving clouds.
Those nets look as if they've spread out for or by a photographer.
Stunning image with glorious light.
I love the back to front graffiti on the hut in V2!
Like both versions a lot but for it's your positioning in V2 that makes this one stand out, by placing the tower with the light on top in the window is spot on.
Both superb Jeremy, fantastic sky in V1 & the positioning of the lighthouse in V2 is a brilliant move
please accept my UA for both of them!
Clever placement in v2 and the flip works well, compositionally. Wide angle and long exposures give a very good expansive, barren, windswept atmosphere, Jeremy.
Thanks all and extra special thanks to Sarah , very much appreciated and it's made my day
Quote: Those nets look as if they've spread out for or by a photographer.
That was me last time I was down there.
Two really excellent shots. V1 is a well known view but your interpretation is as good as any I have seen, I particularly like V2. The composition is very well thought out and the atmosphere grungy and desolate (The perfect metaphor for Dungeness as a whole)
Great comp Jeremy..
Quality Jeremy, really like the mood of V2....nice one
Two superb images, Jeremy. Great comp and sky. v1 is my fave;
v2 is outstanding - great light, unusual graffiti, lighthouse and for building being a window to another world
I like both of these, Jeremy, but especially V2 unflipped. ...I don't understand why you flipped it? ...if your eye reads from left to right, then the unflipped version would allow your eye to end its travel on the building ( the building acting as a "stop" ), which makes better sense compositionally.
Hi Alan the image wasn't flipped , i guess it was the artistic flair of the graffiti artist thatf gave you that impression , I will try flipping it tho regards
Well bugger! ....I think it caught Dave out too!
Fine light in V2...
Sorry mate almost missed this, that would be such a shame. 2 images that stand out in there own right, I like the far off lights in v2, but v1 is the show steeler for me. Striking pov from low level with super lines and fine tones........very nice work.
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