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The remains of the Steam Trawler ,Sheraton. During a gale in the Wash, in 1947, she broke free of her mooring and was wrecked on Hunstanton beach. Used a Lee big stopper & a Lee .6 hard grad.
Thank you for a great response to Sunny Hunny
Thanks Carlton it wasn't as smooth as the image portrays
An unusual and beautiful treatment
Super image of this hulk Jeremy ( never seen this )
The light and milky water enhances the haunted appearance of the wreck. Very effective and very nicely done, Jeremy.
Beautiful shot. The very long exposure created very interesting and atmospheric water effects.
The long exposure works very well with this interesting wreck.
Also loving all those blues - giving a bit more depth to the image.
Brilliant image....Love the exposure...
A stunning image, great composition, well captured
Love it Jeremy. A really good sky and as others have said the contrast between the detailed and angular shaped of the wreck and the smooth water works particularly well.
Thanks for the great feedback everyone
Great detail in the shadows here Jeremy.
A real gem of an imager Jeremy, perfect!
Excellent has a spooky feel about it.
That's terrific, the smooth water makes a lovely contrast to the rusty iron and the colours harmonise well. All you need now is for the water to encircle the wreck and separate it from the shore but maybe it would be too deep to shoot then?
Nice long exposure for this photo.
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