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By JonathanCombe
Spittal beach, Northumberland. I used a single Hitech grad filter to get a 1 second shutter speed to capture the receding tide against the groynes.

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saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
13 Jun 2012 9:45PM
Great capture and nicely presented…………..

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marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 9:48PM
Nicely done indeed, just one very small comment would be that the horizon isn't quite straight, which sort of captures the attention. Great composition and the longer exposure has worked very well.
JenniCh 12 32 2 England
13 Jun 2012 9:52PM
Well captured, nice composition ............ Jenni
13 Jun 2012 10:03PM
very atmosgenic
speybay 13 4 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 10:06PM
Lovely capture, excellent composition .

clintQB 6 51 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 10:19PM
top work
13 Jun 2012 10:31PM
13 Jun 2012 10:39PM
I love the feeling of movement in this. Fab composition.

dtomo68 14 9 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 11:41PM
very nice like the sense of movement in the water

Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 11:42PM
love itSmile
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
14 Jun 2012 5:39AM
A lovely image and Well composed but along with the horizon which has already been mentioned there are a number of water marks evident in the sky.These can easily be cloned out in PS.
Spoils what is otherwise an excellenr seascape.
Anna_W 6 1 2 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2012 10:11PM
Lovely colour and movement and the light on the groynes is gorgeous.
Thanks for the comments everyone.

I will agree the horizon does look slightly off and there are a few visible watermarks as a result of an F22 aperture, I shall fix this in Lightroom and maybe clone out the construction vehicles on the pier.
Ian-Jones Plus
14 129 2 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2012 5:43PM
Nicely thought out. BTW the portfolio is shaping up really well.


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