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RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
21 Oct 2011 6:45PM
A beautifully composed seascape shot with fine f/g interest, light and colours......has a very natural look, Alun.

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Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
21 Oct 2011 7:00PM
Beautiful image Alun. Such wonderful colour and clarity..............Sandy
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
21 Oct 2011 7:01PM
Wonderfully done, have a good weekend yourself,

MD2009 7 Wales
21 Oct 2011 7:09PM
Cracking pic .good detail on the rock love the sky ...

Mark ..
zapar40 8 66 5 Wales
21 Oct 2011 8:09PM
beautiful Alun, i do forget that nash can be a good place at low tide, this is stunning.
derekhansen Plus
9 210 24 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2011 9:08PM
I love portrait compositions Alun and this is no exception. Terrific colour and clarity.
vandalp 10
21 Oct 2011 9:16PM
Brillant Image, lovely coulours.
21 Oct 2011 9:35PM
Many thanks to you all. In case anyone is wondering the spike-like thingy on the horizon is a buoy that clangs out its warning bell as it sits above a lethal sand and rock ledge. In 1831 the paddle steamer, 'Frolic' was lost here with everyone aboard. The following year two lighthouses were errected on the cliffs above. Nash Point remains both beautiful and dispassionately terrible to the unwary and complacent.
annettep38 Plus
7 218 40 Costa Rica
21 Oct 2011 10:02PM
a great composition, a real stunner.
21 Oct 2011 10:23PM
hi alun a fab capture spotted that old buoy yes a wonderful strech of coast a few fishermen have lost there lives mostly at witches point think about 9 washed away off the rocks as an old fisherman i always keep one eye on the sea ,any way love the light colours and compo top shot,
Richsr 11 91 223 England
21 Oct 2011 10:40PM
Cracking image Alun
Regards Richard.
22 Oct 2011 7:50AM
Thanks a lot. Over the years I"ve seen two togs lose their equipment (painful) and have filled my wellies embarrassingly often Smile
GaryMoffat 10 9 Scotland
22 Oct 2011 9:44AM
Fabulous image, very well done.
22 Oct 2011 9:49AM
Cheers Gary Smile
dmhuynh72 10 44 3 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2011 10:25AM
another outstanding seascape Alun.
Have a good weekend
Emu72 9 7 1 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2011 10:54AM
Stunning Alun!
22 Oct 2011 11:50AM
Thanks a lot Yung and Tim. It's always a great location for compositions and when the light is with you I'm like a kid in a sweet shop Smile
Stubill 10 107 England
23 Oct 2011 8:28AM
Masterful, Alun. Super flow and love those reflections in the sand.
After 4 years of service, my 5 remote cable finally rests in a watery Atlantic grave.........could have been worse though, much worse Grin
23 Oct 2011 10:13AM
Thanks Stu. A good level of service for tbe outlay and salt and water will get all equipment in the end! My sacrificial tripod is nearly done for too Smile
Alan_Coles 12 178 11 Wales
23 Oct 2011 6:48PM
It is a stunning location Alun and I expect you to come away from there with treasures have not disappointed Smile

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