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NDODS Plus
5 4.8k 125 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 9:06AM
A very well observed, composed, exposed and captured image with pin sharp detail, natural colour, and a wonderful refreshing and invigorating appeal about it.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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26 Jan 2014 9:10AM
Well done Jeremy...shows hard work pays off

Jim
tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 9:13AM
Thought it was a sub surfacingWink

Adrian
capto Plus
3 3.2k 8 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 9:17AM
That works so well, smashing shot.Smile

ivor
JohnoP 10 2
26 Jan 2014 10:24AM
Very nicely done, great image. John
AnnChown Plus
6 197 1 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 10:54AM
Very inspiring Jeremy! Great work. Smile
fazzer Plus
6 50 7 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 11:01AM
Thanks everyone SmileSmile
26 Jan 2014 11:05AM
What a cracking storyteller of a shot. Great juxtaposition between the static, installed, ordered steps and the raging, unrestrained sea. Superb composition and light hitting the crest of the exploding wave with an excellent visual lead to that top right hand third. Hat is well and truly off !
Alun
fazzer Plus
6 50 7 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 11:23AM
Wahey ......thanks Alun, really appreciate the award SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
26 Jan 2014 11:23AM
Now, that is deep!
A superbly timed and taken image, Jeremy.

Richard
26 Jan 2014 11:41AM
This is alive! Gorgeous capture and love the contrast between the still poles and the moving water!

Mark
Great capture, wonderful water movement, Jeremy!
Regards,
George
Irishkate Plus
5 33 91 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 12:29PM
Back to your wonderful tumbling waves and that brilliant colour as if painted by an artist.
Kate GrinGrinGrin
IanFlindt Plus
11 740 21 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 1:40PM
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful - such a contrast between this and your last shot, Jeremy, each blessed with fine qualities of its own. The water movement across the edge of the pool and the breaking wave combine to represent an excellent portrait of the never-tiring energy of the sea. The solitary feature of the hand rails is a small but critical element. I love it.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
26 Jan 2014 2:14PM
That's gorgeous with the light catching the wave Jeremy, like the exposure for the water too - love it Smile

Sarah *
BIGRY1 Plus
4 3 7 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 3:19PM
Perfectly timed, a superb image!Grin
Ryan
ColleenA Plus
3 315 3 Australia
26 Jan 2014 3:27PM
Wow, an amazing image, love the composition, light and water, excellent photography
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
26 Jan 2014 3:48PM
Quality... Jeremy.
Ron
Rende Plus
8 38 4 Netherlands
26 Jan 2014 5:44PM
Beautiful, striking and original.
Rende
martin.w Plus
13 388 22 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 6:43PM
Fantastic view of water movement with flowing in the foreground and a crashing wave behind. Superb Smile
fazzer Plus
6 50 7 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 7:15PM
Thanks again all with special thanks to Alun, Sarah ,Ann and Martin for the awards SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
martinl Plus
12 263 2 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 7:39PM
A really well observed and taken image. Several lovely elements to this but the light on the wave is the icing on this salty cake!
derekhansen Plus
7 210 24 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2014 8:45PM
Very different to the last upload but equally as impressive Jeremy. The smooth snaking water movement in the foreground is wonderful and contrasts against the power of the crashing wave in the background. Your positioning of the handrail in the frame makes a strong composition and gives a sense of scale and place. Brilliant.
Derek
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
27 Jan 2014 12:20AM
A particularly well made image!
Trevhas Plus
3 890 3 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2014 8:33PM
Excellent unusual capture Jeremy !!. Well done for getting the speed right, any slower you would have lost the sun lit crest, any faster the lovely flow of the sea fleeing the pool would become less appealing.
Trev.
27 Jan 2014 9:22PM
Cracking image Jeremy, nicely timed and great choice of shutter speed Smile
Cheesey.
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2014 5:37PM
What makes it special for me is the steps the one solid and powerful thing in a raging sea of movement. First class image Jeremy
AnnJ Plus
4 5 Scotland
29 Jan 2014 5:44PM
What a fantastic image, such power of the waves, but with the silkiness of the sea in the FG. Another stunning image. Ann.
29 Jan 2014 11:13PM
Beautiful movement and flow
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