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A very nice composition.
A lovely Swanage shot Derek.
The Wellington clock tower in he shot originally stood next to Tower Bridge, it was dismantled and used as ballast on ships returning from London after delivering Purbeck Stone which was used intensively in the capitols buildings. Rather than dumping the Ballast John Mowlem decided to rebuild the tower in Swanage. Just a bit of trivia
A touch of the Amalfi Coast, Derek, lovely smooth tones.
Beautiful tones Derek
Quote: A touch of the Amalfi Coast, Derek, lovely smooth tones.
Great minds think alike Dave. I had the same thought looking at the scene on location.
Derek, A real cracker of a composition, very Italian like.
Beautiful blues. A lovely scenic image.
This is a beautiful, cool toned, composition.
A classic view, the pastel colours are very soothing, as is the long exposure.
As said the blues and the pastel colours look wonderful Derek, another of yours that I think would make an excellent mono
Super image Derek and i totally agree that this would be a terrific mono
I like all those gulls on the groynes - the scene is very Italian looking and I was interested in Trev's bit of info.
BEautifully understated colours.
beautiful setting & viewpoint captured
Long exposure worked and lovely tones.
A classic view and a classy image, nicely done Derek.
Lovely image Derek, as has been said the pastel tones work well.
Wow! Swanage never looked better, Derek. Beautifully crafted image.
Does look very Italian, which is perhaps not usually said of Swanage (although I don't know, never having been!!)
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