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NDODS Plus
12 5.8k 130 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 5:41PM
Another quite superb composition, for me the exposure is spot on allowing the movement of the waters to retain some shape without becoming a frothy mess. Beautiful colour and light throughout. As always such a pleasure to view Al.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
marktc 12 101 15 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 5:43PM
Absolutely awesome Al. Practically perfect!!!!!
phillG 16 229 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 5:58PM
A superb capture
Phil
martin.w Plus
20 617 29 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 6:10PM
Lovely work Smile
kel55 10 8 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 6:26PM
Another cracking shot from our early mornings , Nathan is spot on about exposure time water looks great spilling over the rocks , also like the way the rocks decrease in size towards the lighthouse , perfection might have been if the 2 rocks on the right weren't there giving a less cluttered line in , but only so many rocks you can move Wink only joking Al , spot on as expected .

Kel.
fazzer 13 54 7 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 7:03PM
You've done it again, absolutely nailed the colours , exposure and comp ....beautiful photography and another wish I had taken that shot ......Wink
Richsr 15 91 223 England
4 Sep 2014 7:29PM
Like your comp here and the early morning light gives some nice tones Al
Regards
Richard
Niknut Plus
12 3.5k 82 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 7:38PM
Crikey !!...that's blue !!.....great shot .......simple but striking !!.Smile
almiles 13 38 102 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 8:29PM
Big thanks to Nathan for the GEA and to James, Phill and Jerry for their highly prized UAs. Grin Thanks for your comments Nathan, Mark, Phill, Martin, Kel, Jeremy, Richard and Keith!

Quote:Another cracking shot from our early mornings , Nathan is spot on about exposure time water looks great spilling over the rocks , also like the way the rocks decrease in size towards the lighthouse , perfection might have been if the 2 rocks on the right weren't there giving a less cluttered line in , but only so many rocks you can move Wink only joking Al , spot on as expected .

Kel.

You are right Kel, I placed myself earlier in the morning when the water was lower (and it was much darker) to catch all of the nearest rock in the frame. As the tide rose I should have moved to the right since the waves were covering the FG anyway. That way I could have avoided clipping the right hand rocks (didn't notice them by torchlight when I was setting up!) - that wouldn't have excluded them (they were too close to the lead in rocks) but at least I wouldn't have clipped them... hindsight is a wonderful thing! Grin
almiles 13 38 102 United Kingdom
4 Sep 2014 8:30PM

Quote:Crikey !!...that's blue !!.....great shot .......simple but striking !!.Smile
Cheers Keith and I even shot using the 'cloudy' white balance setting!
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
13 112 40 Wales
4 Sep 2014 9:11PM
A striking image indeed, Al. Loving that foreground and the blue toning ties it a together very nicely.
Alun
5 Sep 2014 9:08AM
That is a lovely image Al. Great colours and composition throughout.

Phil.
viscostatic 16 50 11 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2014 10:09AM
A beautiful seascape Al. I like the way the patterns in the sea mirror the patterns in the sky
almiles 13 38 102 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2014 11:16AM
Thanks very much to Kel and Mark for their UAs, also Alun, Phil and Phil for your comments. Smile
Fefe Plus
11 82 49 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2014 6:23PM
Wow...thats stunning!
Diane
almiles 13 38 102 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2014 6:54PM
Thank you for your UA, Diane! That's wonderful Smile

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