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Blue Dunstanburgh

By JonathanCombe
Headed out to Dunstanburgh the other night as the forecast seemed promising..

I got here an hour and a half before sunset and there was some nice light, but it was quite windy..

Anyway, I took a walk down to the rocks to do a few test shots but it just wasn't happening.. Despite the fact that I basically had the tripod anchored between the rocks and I was shielding the camera, my shots still came out blurry. However, it died down before sunset and this was what I got.

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Comments


Glyn1 7 4 1 England
29 Apr 2012 6:48PM
Beautiful image.

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29 Apr 2012 7:11PM
a stunning shot! great detail and colours, the water looks amazing
love this place, i'm going over in a couple of weeks so hope the elements come together for me as they have for you, my four previous visits have been a flop. Love it so much well done
Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
29 Apr 2012 7:14PM
Fabulous!

Ade
29 Apr 2012 7:34PM
This shot was well you staying with it - glad you didn't get blown away!
marktc Plus
5 86 14 United Kingdom
29 Apr 2012 7:57PM
Worth the wait... superb image Jonathan.
29 Apr 2012 10:42PM
All credit to you Johnathan..........I spent an hour at Dunstanburgh taking a similar shot,,,,,these rocks are much larger than they look....I was knackered & tripod placement is a nightmare....well done.
HowieR 5 20 3 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2012 9:09AM
Great capture- patience well and truly rewarded
Thank you so much for your comments everyone Smile

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