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By BillyGoatGruff  
Hi folks.

I've been visiting this part of Cornwall regularly for thirty or more years and never ever photographed this icon of the British landscape.

On the last evening of my latest trip I had not only the opportunity but also some decent light.

I'd had this tribute to Mr. Noton in my head for quite a while, so it was nice to be able to take advantage of the light for once, and also to have the unhurried time to shoot a few frames without the interruption of having to light the campsite bbq!
Thoroughly sated photographically, we then became thoroughly sated gastronomically with an excellent end-of-trip meal at the superb Beach restaurant in Sennen Cove. Lovely Smile

This is dedicated to Messrs Noton and Morgan.

Thanks for stopping by.
Large is probably worth a look if you have the time.



Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: tony64, DaveMead, Phil_Morgan and 41 more

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DaveMead 8 23 14 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 5:46PM
Large is a must, a fantastic image.

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tony64 14 204 9 England
13 Sep 2009 5:47PM
Lovely shot Bill, one of the best I've seen of St Michaels.
Phil_Morgan 11 182 1 Wales
13 Sep 2009 5:47PM
Very classy Smile
13 Sep 2009 5:49PM
Fantastic image indeed.

Nigel_95 Plus
12 262 2 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 5:57PM
Wonderful light Bill.

13 Sep 2009 6:02PM
Superb shot
MikeH 13 217 4 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 6:36PM
Beautiful light and the slipway gives an almost abstract quality to the image,
apierzchala 12 17
13 Sep 2009 6:52PM
Indeed a great photo and well done for capturing the light and ambiance that evening. Looking at it large, I prefer to crop off the very black lower part of the frame, which however does un-balance the composition a bit and it might gain by taking a sliver off the left hand side too... Have you tried a crop like that? Rgds., Adam
great shot
andy_AHG 9 106 6 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 7:38PM
Stunning shot Bill. That's a real beauty. Has a real sense of approaching darkness.

Ian-Munro 10 200 15 Wales
13 Sep 2009 8:37PM

Quote:Very classy

I agree
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
14 Sep 2009 12:03PM
I really like this Bill. It doesn't feel unbalanced to me and with everything centrally positioned it has a nice geometric sense about it!

BillyGoatGruff 11 191 199 England
14 Sep 2009 1:56PM
Many thanks everyone! Most appreciated. (I'm still trying to find the time to catch up with everyone, too!! Busy busy busy...:-()

Interesting point, Adam. As a rule I often experiment with various crop ratios. In this case I preferred the geometric simplicity of my original framing, and don't really think cropping would improve the image.

pmorgan 11 217 13 England
14 Sep 2009 4:33PM
Lovely Bill, just passing by!

elkiebrooks 15 83 5 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2009 5:32PM
A fine tribute it is as well.
tony64 14 204 9 England
27 Sep 2009 8:36PM
Hi Bill, I am awarding your picture 'Icon' with my very presigious and much sought after! 'Top Award'!!!!!

I love the colours and the viewpoint in this and, as it is such a special place for me I can't resist!!!

Well done!!!!!

BillyGoatGruff 11 191 199 England
28 Sep 2009 8:51PM
Wow! An award!!

Thanks very much indeed, Tony!


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