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A Chilly Wind

By RockArea  
There was a chilly wind as we took a walk around the Lighthouse at Chanonry Point. Our route took us up this sandy path towards the sea. I stopped and took this quickly as Marian walked ahead.

I love the shapes and textures that marram grass creates so the figure ahead combined with the sea, the sky and the path giving a lead in, this seems to have come out well.

Thanks for looking any comments or crits are appreciated.

David

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Tags: Sand Flowers and plants Marram grass Moray firth Landscape and travel Chanonry point Marian Portraits and people

Voters: Davidmet, cceccles, shortski and 10 more


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Comments


25 Apr 2007 4:28PM
I can almost feel the breeze. Nice shot.
Chris

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shortski 10 3 1 England
25 Apr 2007 4:30PM
lovely sharp image...jojo
AlanBW 10 20 England
25 Apr 2007 4:42PM
I like the perspective and the patterns in the sand
Possum 10 148 England
25 Apr 2007 5:53PM
She adds great perspective and interest to the shot. Love the windblown sand patterns.
Allie
The_Collector 10 4 1 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 8:07PM
I thought she was a lighthouse in the thumbnail David!
Nice image with great composition, good and sharp too.

Darren
RockArea 10 18 3 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 8:43PM
Lighthouse? Careful Darren, she reads these comments!

Thanks all for your comments.

David
BlueRoom 10 73 20 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2007 10:33PM
Ooooh that Darren has been putting some naughty comments up today. I think Jo's going to take his computer away.
Nice and windy. Time to get huddled down behind a dune.

Eric
trissie 10 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2007 9:32AM
A lovely lead in, superb patterns in the sand, well done.

Trish x

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