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By julianevans  
This is what I found on the beach near Seaham on the 'Durham Heritage Coast' yesterday.

It looks like it has been there for quite a long time - my guess is that it was stolen, the thieves drove it towards the cliff edge, jumped out and laughed as it plunged towards the beach below.

Not your conventional foreground for a seascape.

[BTW, in case the horizon looks wrong, I took image with a spirit level in the hotshoe and have checked horizon on photoshop - it looks like lens distortion and curvature of the earth create the non-level effect]

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: dicko58, clayton, obz_uk and 2 more

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dicko58 16 6
24 Mar 2005 2:34AM
Supurb , uraban/seascape, CLICK!
obz_uk 16 1 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2005 3:09AM
A very powerful image, well seen and the rock is just in the right place to balance the composition.
well done

Nic_WA 16 179 2 Australia
24 Mar 2005 4:29AM
Striking image.
Scotty 16 64 1 Scotland
24 Mar 2005 4:37AM
Wonder if he's fully comp, or just 3rd party!

Yup, i like this, horizon not a problem. I think it is the curve of the beach that gives the sea horizon the appearance of bending. Maybe it does a little, but it's fine! Click!

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