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Last Defence

By AntHolloway
Another from a few months back on the Spurn Point meet, a close up of one of the rusting bolts which used to hold the planks on the sea defences.

This was just after I had picked up a Sigma 105mm macro, hence the experimentation with the shallow depth of field.

ISO 200, f/2.8, 1/800s.

Tags: Sand Architecture Sea Spurn point Close-up and macro Groyne Landscape and travel Revetment

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Borzos 11
3 Nov 2008 8:16PM
Cracking image.
Edina

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Barrynic 13 16
3 Nov 2008 8:42PM
Curiosity about the thumbnail got the better of me Smile
Great shot.
Barry
craggwildlifephotography Junior Member 11 137 1 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2008 9:30PM
well seen and captured
neonknight 15 1 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2008 10:07PM
Nice shot really like this kind of work,john
AntHolloway 14 168 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2008 9:16PM
Cheers all,
Ant.

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