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Calm Contemplation

By steve_eb    
An image taken last year on my.... got stranded in Liverpool overnight, slept in the back of my van for my debut trip to Crosby specifically to see Anthony Gormley's 100 Men...

I was there before sunrise and all I could see was SEA...thinking this is either rubbish or the wrong part....

I set up the tripod none the less and took a few shots... tide was going out very quickly it apparently does there... then WOW...OMG what an awesome place it just happens right in front of you

Anyhow romance over shot off a tripod 0.6 soft grad and a 0.6 soft BLUE 2 grad...didn't know if I'd like it but I do and so did many judges it has done very well for me...

So the comments and critique of the EPZ crowd get to have their say on it... good and bad is always welcome

Thanks for taking the time to look... Steve Grin

Tags: Liverpool Lee filters Crosby Anthony gormley Landscape and travel Crosby beach liverpool 100 Men

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25 Jun 2013 7:12PM
I love the cool blue tone

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steve_eb Plus
9 362 8 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2013 8:33PM
Thank you Erica, a bit of playing around with the colour filters and this is the first one I really liked.

Thanks for taking the time to comment,

Steve Grin
Philpot Plus
5 39 4 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2013 10:06PM
Very cool and I can see why judges like it. very effective with minimal variation in colour and a composition that's near perfect, how could any circuit judge fail to give it full marks.. Phil Smile
steve_eb Plus
9 362 8 United Kingdom
26 Jun 2013 6:42AM
Thanks Phil...there is always one and he didn't scoring it a 15 Sad ...however all the others club & externally saw it your way, thankfully.

Thanks for your comment and taking the time to stop by...

Steve Grin

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