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Woodland Bay at Sunset

By cairntable
A sunset south of Girvan

Tags: Sunset Sea Coast Landscape and travel Ailsa craig Wildlife and nature Night and low light

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luckybry 7 3 Scotland
15 Apr 2010 7:50PM
nice pov and colours could be a bit starighter on the horizion but nice work
bryan

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SUE118 Plus
8 8 1 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2010 9:53PM
Love it. Sue
HectorRivera 9 17 1 United States
15 Apr 2010 11:25PM
Nice shot
DRicherby 8 269 725 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2010 12:12AM
For a seascape, it really is essential that you get the horizon straight. Aside from that, I think your composition is good here, with the big rock and the dark part of the shoreline balancing each other well and a nice echo between the little rock on the shore and the big one in the sea.
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1846 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2010 2:31PM
Hello, John, and welcome to EPZ. A nice sunset with strong silhouettes and lovely golden reflections in the sand. My only niggle is the wonky horizon.
Pamela.
Les_G 9 148 4 Scotland
19 Apr 2010 7:23PM
as folks have mentioned the horizon is a bit out, I would also prefer a touch more exposure to lighten the image and give more detail in the sea. Super location and one to return to.
22 Apr 2010 6:35PM
sorry about the horizon.
cairntable
DRicherby 8 269 725 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2010 7:12PM
Nothing to apologise for! Smile Just something to be aware of next time. With a bit of concentration and practise, holding the camera straight will become second nature, except when you're going for a deliberately angled shot.

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