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Echo of Summer

By BillyGoatGruff  
Hi Peeps.

Got no internet connection at home at present due to a broken router, which is a real bore. So I'm reduced to dodging the boss here at work and dropping in when I can.

Here's a little something from last August.
The portrait version caused a small ripple, perhaps this will fare better.

Large, of course.

Thanks for dropping in.

Bill

Tags: Cornwall Dream Coast Dunes Tangerine Gwithian towans Landscape and travel Godrevy lighthouse

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bfgstew 10 668 105 England
5 Jan 2011 9:30AM
Fairs well with me Bill, glorious colours and detail, nice one.

Stewart

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5 Jan 2011 9:30AM
Excellent Captur well dune
Morgs 9 20 62 Wales
5 Jan 2011 10:14AM
I love the light on the grass Bill. Lovely sunset too.
edrhodes 12 547 12 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2011 4:25PM
Thats a cracking sky you caught there Bill.
For me the foreground is a touch too much, I find myself wanting to climb over the grasses to see the reflections in that bay. Maybe it's not possible, always hard to judge when your not there....

Ed..
andy210966 9 4 119 Wales
5 Jan 2011 5:17PM
Lovely colour and detail Bill!

Andy
Scooby10 7 3 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2011 7:56PM
Nice image, fantastic sky.
Peter
BarbAnna 7 1 England
5 Jan 2011 9:24PM
Excellent capture of a place I know well, beautiful!
Barbara
debu 7 India
7 Jan 2011 12:49PM
Super view,lovely dramatic image.
debu
BillyGoatGruff 10 191 199 England
7 Jan 2011 1:02PM
Thanks everyone!
Very much appreciated.


Quote:Thats a cracking sky you caught there Bill.
For me the foreground is a touch too much, I find myself wanting to climb over the grasses to see the reflections in that bay...quote]

Good point, Ed, and I tend to agree to some extent.
This was in fact a scouting trip from my campsite. I made it over the dunes a few days later....I've a few others already posted, but this was additionally an exercise in white balance jiggery pokery!

Bill

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