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Trevose Light

By Arvorphoto    
As the sun slowly sinks, the lighthouse of Trevose watches over ready to guide the mariners around this harsh North Cornwall coast

0.6 ND Soft Grad filter
0.6 ND filter
0.9 ND filter
Circular Polariser
Processed in Lightroom

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Tags: Sunset Light Cornwall Uk Rocks Cliffs Landscape photography Lighthouse Sea Coast Monochrome Black and white Ocean Coastline Atlantic ocean Atlantic coast Trevose head No people Trevose Lighthouse Arvor Photography Daryl Hutchinson 2017 black & white

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24 Jul 2017 2:54PM
Great work !!!
Love the long exposure
very successful

and the mono also adds to the drama effect

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24 Jul 2017 4:48PM
Your opening five words remind me of an occasion, many years ago, when the late great John Arlott was commentating a Test Match at Lords. John had the dryest, flattest voice imaginable, and I remember him summing up at 'stumps', "As the sun sets over the gasometer, we come to the end of another exciting day here at Lords..." I swear I was almost asleep by the end of the sentence, his voice had that effect...

However, to business. This lighthouse reminds me of the one at Stoer Head in Sutherland. Same type of promontory.
The 5s exposure just right for my taste.

Malc
24 Jul 2017 5:05PM

Quote:Your opening five words remind me of an occasion, many years ago, when the late great John Arlott was commentating a Test Match at Lords. John had the dryest, flattest voice imaginable, and I remember him summing up at 'stumps', "As the sun sets over the gasometer, we come to the end of another exciting day here at Lords..." I swear I was almost asleep by the end of the sentence, his voice had that effect...

However, to business. This lighthouse reminds me of the one at Stoer Head in Sutherland. Same type of promontory.
The 5s exposure just right for my taste.

Malc



Oh I remember those days with John Arlott Smile

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