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Time for a Change

By Hop-A-Long  
I am not very well today, I have got up this morning after probably the worst nights sleep anyone in the world could have had to what can only be described as a raging coldy, fluy type of thingy. I think I was up every half hour last night aching, freezing, sweating, headache, stomach ache, in fact you name it I had it, the trouble was they all came at the same time. Pretty bad.

Still, life goes on like in my photo, the tide waits for no man, this was taken at the exact moment the tide changed. I hear you ask "How on earth does he know that?". Well I'll tell you. I have an app on my phone, amongst the many that are on there, this app gives you exact mariner times for the tides. This was taken at the time of change from low tide to it heading in.
Shortly after this I noticed my tripod leg was becoming submerged, time to move as I didn't feel like doing a King Canute and hold back the impossible.
Now I mentioned apps on my phone, if anyone uses filters there is a very good app called "Long Time". Basically you meter your light without the filter, put in the exposure and then the amount of stops the filter is you are going to use and hey presto, it gives you the new exposure time, it doesn't half save counting stops on your fingers.

Anyway, I'm heading off for half an of Z's, so I'll see you later.

Hope you like this, thanks for looking and for any comments.

Tags: Beach Waves Marsden Tide Sea Seaweed Landscape and travel Souter

Voters: RobboB, ikett, CarolG and 21 more


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CarolG 15 199 20 Greece
11 Oct 2013 2:05PM
A beautiful capture, Andy, well composed, leading the eye right through the image. Hope you can ZZZZZZZZZ without being interrupted now Smile Carol
Mollycat Plus
8 21 2 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2013 2:10PM
Beautiful composition. Peter.
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 78 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2013 2:26PM
Love your composition, Andy. Sorry to hear about the bug, plenty of ZZZs is clearly what you need.
If an app exists for making the perfect cuppa every time, I bet you have it on your phone!!!
Get well soon
Regards
Bill
NDODS 11 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2013 2:58PM
Beautifully observed, very well seen, composed, and captured from a great point of view. Whilst at the same time your 15 second exposure is provided a wonderful softness to the ebb and flow...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

"Good luck with the bug thingy"
nonur 13 18 13 Turkey
11 Oct 2013 3:48PM
Hope you get over it soon. Very nice POV, compo and great result, Andy.
mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2465 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2013 7:47PM
Moving upwards, from below the water to above the earth. My instinct would be to use portrait, landscape gives a greater feeling of space, it's less confined.
Moira
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2013 8:30AM
Love the comp and hope you soon recover.

Ken
Rende 14 38 4 Netherlands
13 Oct 2013 11:13AM
Beautiful angle and composition Andy.
Get well soon!
Rende
14 Oct 2013 5:14PM
A beautiful scene, hope your feeling better soon..Lin
Brian65 12 2 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2013 8:18PM
Its a lovely shot Andy.
brian

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