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Point of No Return

By sherlob  
Taken late last year at Llandudno. I have seen a few versions of this before now - so nil point for originality (although this one uses the big stopper so perhaps I get a bonus mark?). Still I really wanted a version of this in my PF - so much so it took three visits to get the right tides.

In this instance I think mono works best, but I may uplaod the colour version too.

Thanks for the votes and comments on my last upload.

Adam

Tags: Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Big stopper Llandudno Jetty Landscape and travel 10 stop nd filter Tide Marker

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Comments


saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
19 Apr 2011 6:48PM
This is a beautiful image captured so well and presented ,V1 is for me,
saeid

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sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
19 Apr 2011 6:49PM
I do like this mono version Adam as I think it all holds together better in general than the colour, that said I love the aqua water in that one.
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
19 Apr 2011 7:25PM
Love the colours in V2 Adam...I'm with Paul ref the pretty water.
The mono does add something extra to the perspctive of this one though....I'm torn between the two Wink
DarylH 6 42 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 8:36PM

Quote:I do like this mono version Adam as I think it all holds together better in general than the colour, that said I love the aqua water in that one.


My thoughts too.
Regards
Daryl
chris-p Plus
10 65 England
19 Apr 2011 10:27PM
Got a leaning to v2 with the aqua colour...
Tonyd3 12 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 10:33PM
Has to be the black and white for me so much stronger.
fraser 12 631 14 Scotland
20 Apr 2011 4:59PM
Classic B&W image, expertly done. I particularly like the way the boardwalk fades into the sea at the end rather than just ends in an abrubt transition.

Fraser

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