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26 Oct 2017 10:03AM
well timed excellent result pleasure to view

Graham

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paulknight 9 2 9 New Zealand
26 Oct 2017 10:40AM
Wow! A frightening situation. Jus as well you weren't using a wide-angle lens!
26 Oct 2017 1:08PM
Great photo journalism
Excellent image
sawsengee Plus
13 6 28 Malaysia
26 Oct 2017 2:11PM
amazing capture Smile
rontear Plus
16 21 8 England
26 Oct 2017 5:00PM
Amazing beauty and raw power Geoff.
Ron
26 Oct 2017 5:48PM
Wow, what a whopper.
26 Oct 2017 5:57PM
Blimey...they are braver than me! Great timed shot. Pam
26 Oct 2017 7:04PM
An outstanding action capture.
Aeros 2 12 1 Canada
26 Oct 2017 7:25PM
Spectacular!!!
Fefe Plus
8 33 31 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2017 7:34PM
Whoah....jaw dropping!
Diane
dark_lord Plus
15 2.4k 621 England
26 Oct 2017 9:33PM
They wouldn't stand a chance if they were swept out.
I see at least you were using a sensible focal length to get close Smile
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
26 Oct 2017 9:42PM
Color is especially nice!
BIGRY1 8 3 8 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2017 6:12PM
What a bunch of crazy fools! But a brilliant image, I love it!Grin
Ryan
Irishkate Plus
9 41 117 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2018 3:44PM
Unreal - why weren't those people washed away?
Kate Grin
geoffrey baker 15 501 1 Wales
26 Feb 2018 3:50PM
There's a waist high concrete wall between them and the sea so even though they would have been covered by some waves they wouldn't have been washed into the sea, it's the ultimate storm experience I guess.
The Lifeboat station is right behind them and some of their staff were out there too I'd imagine.
Maiwand 13 3 73 England
17 Jul 2018 3:43PM
I would say that the watching crowd were very fortunate. WinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWinkWink
Ron

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