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imagio 10 12 1 England
7 Sep 2007 8:50AM
Great scale to this


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bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
7 Sep 2007 10:16AM
powerful,moody and very good!

have a great weekend

TyChee Plus
12 275 1 United States
7 Sep 2007 3:22PM
Excellent capture!
7 Sep 2007 3:46PM
Great action shot Ron. helen x
7 Sep 2007 5:00PM
You've caught the drama of the scene Ron, the people add scale, brave man exposing your camera in all that salty spray, Adrian
trekpete 10 3 Scotland
7 Sep 2007 5:09PM
Great stuff. Looks like a typical summers day this year. lol

brownsilent 10 7 2 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 5:39PM
What a fantastic picture - if we just forget that this is summer!
You caught superbly the terrific force blowing up the rocks and exploding in the air. Envy you for the sea, always looking different.
Mari 13 1.8k United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 6:37PM
I love this Ron, wild and natural

7 Sep 2007 7:44PM
Did they get drenched ?
A great capture of the wild and rugged sea and coast.
User_Removed 13 16 1 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 7:48PM
are people daft enought to stand there! you got it splash n all. hope you diidn't get wet

Dotrob 11 Wales
7 Sep 2007 9:56PM
Super capture, showing the power of the sea.
Hoffy 12 262 16 England
7 Sep 2007 11:49PM
Like the people on the rocks, give good scale.
lobsterboy Plus
13 14.8k 13 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2007 10:31PM
Lucky it was summer LOL.
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2007 9:11AM
Great capture of the power of the sea
Gaz_H 10 150 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2007 7:12AM
Wow - glad you didnt get washed out. The people on the rock really bring it into perspective. Nicely taken
davidhu 11 19 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2007 8:05PM
Good one, Ron. Like the little figures to adda sense of drama. Pleased to be no 30.
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
19 Sep 2007 9:56PM
Big thanks for the c/c's, most appriciated. Ron.

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