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By KennyP      
This is one of the last landscape photos I took before my back took a turn for the worse and I decided that I was going to change direction and take up studio based photography. I became a big fan of Anthony Gormley after seeing his Syphon art exhibit in manchester art gallery which was made of 100,000 small washers welded together to make a human form, so I really fancied taking a photo of "Another Place" his amazing installation in Crosby. Taking this image was a nightmare though because the first time I went I was told you had to get on the beach at Formby so went there and it was wrong info, then I went to crosby and there was major roadworks going into the town so I never got there, then there was no parking( man that place is popular!) and then a couple of time the tide had just come in. Finally, everything fell together and I took this image and some more.Had to wait a few hours for the sun to start to go down though but was worth it.

Best regards

Kenny

Tags: Photo journalism General Specialist and abstract Digital art Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: chrissie3, yultony, morpheus1955 and 13 more


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24 Sep 2012 12:17PM
Definately worth it - lovely, warm image.

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KennyP 4 2 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 12:27PM
thank you Chrissie. It wasnt warm when I took it though LOL
24 Sep 2012 12:33PM
Nice sunset over one of the iron men, great shot

Tony
beautiful sky great shot.GrinGrinGrin
KennyP 4 2 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 4:25PM
thank you Smile
KennyP 4 2 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 9:00PM
just noticed on the exif data...date is right but time is about three hours out....mustnt have set the time right on the camera when I had it. ahhh well..someone elses problem now as I no longer have that camera.
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24 Sep 2012 10:41PM
Your persistence paid off and what a great result, very nicely lit..Phil
KennyP 4 2 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2012 12:42AM
Thanks Phil....I'm looking to do this again in the summer with the added dynamic range of the D800

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