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Birling Gap

By Cobberpix
I took this when visiting these white cliffs on the coast of Sussex. Although I live reasonably close to here this was my first ever visit. What is it about not looking at what is on your own doorstep?

Tags: Cliffs Beach Sussex Sea Coast Chalk Birling gap Landscape and travel

Voters: wyatturp, User_Removed, suetography and 22 more


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wyatturp 15 2 England
8 Jun 2006 10:28PM
Well done the person makes this picture man and landscape.


welcome.
8 Jun 2006 10:31PM
I agree, it's the person that makes the shot. Fabulous.

Sue
AlanBW 14 20 England
8 Jun 2006 10:33PM
Simple yet so very effective
8 Jun 2006 10:35PM
fab shot ... works really well

Tim :o)
Mikearty 14 9
8 Jun 2006 10:42PM
impressive shot, as an ex brighton lad, looks close to beachy-head to me.cheers Mike.
JJGEE 15 7.8k 18 England
8 Jun 2006 11:33PM
Nice to see just a detail 'portrait' section of the the cliffs - the wide angle 'landscape' is generally the normal view.

The beach at bottom left is a bit dark BUT with the white of the chalk you have done extremely well in balancing the overall exposure.

One small point - spelling ! It should be Birling - suggest you change it for the 'TAG' as your image would not come up in a search otherwise.
90125 14 3 United Kingdom
8 Jun 2006 11:54PM
Good use of 200mm
conrad 16 10.9k 116
9 Jun 2006 12:06AM
Nice to see someone paying attention to more than just the wide view. And having a person in the shot is a nice bonus. It certainly gives a sense of proportions.

Conrad
dionne 16 29 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2006 1:42AM
Lovely shot and the person in the photo adds a feeling of scale.
9 Jun 2006 2:40AM
Great image, lots of colour and texture :o)
9 Jun 2006 3:12AM
Thanks all...I nearly binned this as I didn't know the benefits of shooting in RAW when I took it. It is only a smallish jpeg so I'm going back there again for another go.
twistor 16 80 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2006 4:47AM
Ah yes. Takes me back nearly two years. Cracking day and great result. Shame is was jpeg tho. Did we learn our lesson. ;o)))))

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