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Broken Stones

By kel55
Took this shot a while back was not sure about it , not had much chance for new shots recently so thought i,d give a chance , early morning shot from Colour Coats bay on the North East coast , long exposure using Lee Big Stopper , sunrise never really delivered on the colour front but did like the light on the cobbles , tweaked a bit in LR , cheers for taking a look , Kel

Tags: Landscape and travel Seascape and dawn

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Comments


6 Apr 2014 7:24PM
Well detailed throughout the image, Kel - the detail of the rocks(?) to the left is excellent.
I like this image very much!SmileSmile
Regards,
Richard

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6 Apr 2014 7:41PM
Amazingly atmospheric with wonderful colours and detail.
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ColleenA Plus
4 317 3 Australia
6 Apr 2014 8:30PM
I like this shot....great LE ...well captured
6 Apr 2014 9:15PM
Such a beautiful image!!!! I love this ice blue colour..
Effrossini
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
7 Apr 2014 1:22AM
A real cracker and so beautiful.
HowieR 5 20 3 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2014 10:09AM
Beautiful cool shot- perfect exposure
Howie
almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2014 10:46AM
Very moody with just a hit of colour, you are really working the 10 stopper! For my taste the block of rock on the right is too dominating and I would compose with much less of it in scene (to simplify the comp) by getting your tripod wet moving to the left. Alternatively since the cobbled rock detail is so attractive and should make a great lead in I would stand further back and right to get more of it in, perhaps dropping the tripod lower to exaggerate the perspective of the lines created by the cobbling.

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