By chris-p
A re-visit to Spurn this be greeted with the road closed and dank misty conditions....
The road closed is for a very good reason....there 'aint much of it left due to errosion and the 'groynes' as shown in my last image have gone.

Tags: Landscape and travel Spurn head spurn point

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fazzer 8 54 7 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2013 7:10PM
Love that fg and beautiful colours Smile

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NDODS 6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2013 7:21PM
Two superbly observed and composed images. For me the exposure is spot on in image number one, however IMHO I feel that the colour could be given a little boost. Image number two for me is the stronger compositionally, the telegraph poles making for both a great lead in and an interesting vertical pathway, whilst the detail captured in the sand is stunningly sharp and well defined.

Regards Nathan Grin
13 Apr 2013 7:47PM
Absolutely love the tones in the squared image and the water movement is suitably ethereal to go with the light. Top notch.
chris-p Plus
11 65 England
13 Apr 2013 7:52PM
More or less straight out of camera Nathan ...usually give it some oooomph but a 2am rise has jaded me somewhat Tongue
Got lots more with varying productions in mind... Wink
gwynn56 5 87 England
13 Apr 2013 7:58PM
shame they spend over 10 million of tax payers money on someones funeral that can afford it , yet they not spend any on a tenth of that on the sea defences up north Smile
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2013 8:08PM
Super image Chris. I am glad you have kept away from the saturation slider because in doing so you have retained a wonderful atmosphere,
The water movement is perfect and the 'icing on the cake' is that excellent foreground detail. Very well done.
martinl 13 266 2 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2013 8:12PM
Smashing image Chris. Shame that the road and groynes have gone, it means a much longer walk down the beach now!
13 Apr 2013 8:17PM
A lovely composed seascape.

chris-p Plus
11 65 England
13 Apr 2013 8:21PM
A long walk indeed Martin ...a disturbing sight tho in the variant pic as the 'pole' holding the power lines is at an alarming angle ...take a wide berth if anyone plans to visit as I recon a strong wind could bring it down....water and electric do not mix Tongue
marktc Plus
6 96 15 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2013 8:33PM
Cracking pair of shots Chris... love em!
LesF 10 182 9
13 Apr 2013 10:06PM
Is it the tall upright one, those with the nets hanging in them that have gone Chris ans or is there others that have gone. Fancied a trip that way soon.
Has others have said, the subtle colour pallet works well, like the foreground water flowing over the concrete slabs

Les F
chris-p Plus
11 65 England
13 Apr 2013 10:14PM
The 'wet nets' have gone Les ....couldn't get any further as the tide was rising and the weather closed in.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
14 Apr 2013 12:04PM
Like the light and square crop here Chris.
Regards Richard

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