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Dungeness at dawn

By AnnChown  
I took this image this morning at Rye; I just wonder whether I should have had a faster shutter speed as the sea maybe too blurred on this occasion. Feedback would be appreciated.
Thanks for your comments and votes on my previous couple of uploads.

Tags: Dungeness Sunrise Rye harbour Landscape and travel

Voters: andylea, Badgerfred, Dilys and 12 more


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Comments


andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2011 11:30AM
wonderful colour and light ann works for me a cracking capture nice one Wink
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phedro 5 2 1 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2011 12:15PM
same here! the light's really nice.
Alvar 9 23 2 France
7 Apr 2011 6:09PM
Beautiful lighting Ann.
Alvar
Porthos 6 1 Northern Ireland
7 Apr 2011 8:47PM
Great light in this image. It has a nice dreamy feel to it. I don't think the sea being more sharp would have helped this.....Derek
What a morning to stand here and watch the sea come in, with all that wonderful light and colour. Oooh yes.

Dougie
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2011 8:25AM
Like the hues/light in this Ann.Good atmosphere created. I think you either go for really sharp or the opposite and put on a Neutral Density filter to allow a very slow shutter speed (+tripod) and go for a long exposure which will blur the water a lot. Both work well but the second will create a sense of movement. I like swirl markings in the sand which leads you into the frame and the building in the distance providing additional interest. Paul
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2011 9:19AM
Have to agree here with Paul, and like the softness accomplished
Lillian
8 Apr 2011 5:44PM
Wonderful light and colour beautiful scene.Well done..Lin

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