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Cullernose Point

By barrywebb  
Just a short walk from where I had taken the insect shots is Cullernose Point, a location I had been looking forward to exploring. The tide was right but the light wasn't great , so a long exposure and mono conversion was chosen. The problem with pre-booked holidays is you have to make the most of the conditions that you are presented with. I was still pleased with this result.
Many thanks to all who have responded to my recent insect shots, I hope this change isn't too much of a shock! Smile

Tags: Mono Long exposure Landscape and travel Northumberland coast Mono conversion Cullernose point Morthumberland

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16 Jun 2019 5:25PM
Looks good. Northumberland one of my favourite locations 😀

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16 Jun 2019 5:28PM
After a long period you have posted a landscape and it is superb...
mac Plus
17 1 Scotland
16 Jun 2019 5:32PM
Great use of a long exposure plus the mono treatment has worked well, and not an insect in view!!!
Ian
Wot, no insects?!! If you had really tried I am sure that you could have found some plankton or even a crustacean or two! Seriously, an excellent image, even without the insects.
taggart Plus
14 47 13 United States
16 Jun 2019 7:19PM
Excellent work!
Brilliant image Barry you have to adapt to the condition set out by Mother Nature and you have excelled.

Carole
FabioKeiner 6 111 Austria
20 Jun 2019 8:37AM
excellent

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