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The Bill

By knackeredoldman  
Hi Guys,

Not been able to participate much for quite a while due to various other commitments but hopefully those are ended now. Anyway, here's one from a trip to Dorset and the well known Portland Bill. I initially went looking for a sunset shot but it was not to be. The conditions allowed me to sneak away with this one though.

Thanks for looking.


Tags: Black and white Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

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angej 11 477 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2011 4:58PM
Nice mono work

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Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2011 4:59PM
Wow! I've been there twice and I've never seen the sea as wild as that! Beautiful strong image...
I really like the composition here and you've caught the power of the sea brilliantly - good choice of s/s. For my own tastes, I find it has a bit too much on an HDR look about it - but I'm sure many would disagree.
25 Feb 2011 5:11PM
Wonderful capture - well done !

knackeredoldman 7 120 7 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2011 5:17PM
Thanks guys.

Lizzie - No HDR here, I have nothing against it when done well but it's not my thing. This happens to be processed from a single raw file but I did push the contract and D&B to give it is some B&W oomph - maybe that's what you are seeing.

Thanks again.

25 Feb 2011 8:54PM
Cracking comp and conversion. Very skilfully processed Mr H. Excellent, as usual.
25 Feb 2011 10:07PM
Great mono well done

Trout_Man 7 1 30 Wales
26 Feb 2011 12:22AM
Like the processing in this, a very well captured image Smile Geoff.
knackeredoldman 7 120 7 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2011 9:31AM
Thanks Guys. This has sat round on my HD for ages because shortly after a whole procession of other TOGs turned up too and we might as well have shared tripods, maybe it's just me but I found it quite depressing. At least with other spots (other than the faerie pools at BEM) you can choose your own vantage point and create something more of your own.

Anyway, thanks again.


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