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My third upload from a visit to Caswell Bay, Gower. Not quite sunset but the sun had disappeared behind the hills to my extreme right. To pre-empt the obvious question, no, I didnt get my feet wet, the wave stopped as it reached the tripod legs.
1.3secs @ f/22
Cokin - X121M - ND Grad
All comments very much appreciated.
You have nailed it,,the best out of the three for me,a cracker.
just looked at the others, and this is the best! the water right up to your feet makes this for me.
This is amazing. Perfect timing to capture the incoming wave. Love the patterns that have been created as well. The colour in the sky is also fantastic.
All graet ponts to this image, perfectly timed and a wonderful result.
Great shot Adrian, great colour and swirling water.. Well done..
I like the animation you've caught in the foreground. Well done.
This really is stunning. Just love those sweeping lines of water on the beach. A superbly exposed shot.
Thank you all for the words of encouragement, I have to go out soon for a few hours now but Ill catch up with you when I get back.
Fantastic shot of Caswell, Adrian. I've never notice the foreground rocks before. The motion of the sea has been captured perfectly. Must make a re-visit now.
Tony, these are just small rocks a couple of yards from the base of the steps, it was a very high tide.
a really stunning shot, well done
Beautiful shot Adrian so much captured in one shot beautiful sky/motion in the water/patterns in the water
Stunning Adrian. This would also be my favourite of the three for its wide composition and the beautifully exposed sky. A superb image
Good movement and flow, and some nice colours.
Very nice. Great use of shutter speed. Gives a very nice feeling of movement. Well taken. click. John
The movement of the water in the foreground brings us into the image - excellent creation of depth.
Superb shot. Best of the series so far.
Never seen Caswell look so good, its really beautiful and your exposure for the water makes this really special.
Superb piece of work Adrian.
well captured movement.
Fabulous shot...The water looks superb.
What a stunning photo Adrian. The colours are superb and i love your choice of shutter speed.
ps. agree with you on my robin photo, he did need a crop.
This is superb Adrian, the best of the series for me. Such a beautiful sky, excellent colours and the water capture is spot on. Well done indeed.
Gorgeous colours and composition. Simply excellent.
A lovely photo, well done.
Excellent work, Adrian. You can feel the wave rushing towards you. Now, did you get you feet wet? LMAO
Thank you all for your kind words, I was quite happy ;0) with this one myself.
Stunning. Just love that movement.
Great shot, cant fault it (click).
Thanks Kris, Steve.
Just gorgeous, I love it
Beautiful image. The sky does it for me.
Stunning image. Caught the water just right and a sky to match, excellent!
Great timing and beautiful colours.
Heck, how did I miss this? It's exceptional, Steve.
When I first saw this I thought there was a face in there. Now I'm not so sure.
Brill photo though.
Adrian I came across this by accident. A very very good shot love the movement and colour it all combines quite beautifully I would have been happy with wet feet for a shot of this quality. All the best Ian Cameron.
gorgeous shot love the liquid motion!
Lovely shot - great exposure and colours.
Just browsing through various portfolios and this is the best I've come across today! Great movement in the sea - could look at this for hours!
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