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spurn point early morning

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pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2023 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2011 9:32PM
Hello, Stuart. Groynes like this are always of interest, and cause the viewer to ponder upon the constant erosion by the sea. These man-made structures suffer so much from the forces of nature. You have good detail, a nice lean and some strong shadows, a colourful sky and good perspective. What the image lacks most of all is impact. Simply shooting when there is a good cloud formation in the sky, or at sunset, can make so much difference. A simple subject like this can turn into a masterpiece.
If this was taken at 5.50am, as it says above, I would assume that you were hoping for a spectacular sunrise and some warm glow on the groynes. So your intentions were good. I would like to have seen a bit more space on the left, giving added depth. and allowing the groynes to be over to the right.
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KONIN 7 254 England
8 Sep 2011 8:46AM
thank you for your advice,after 2.5hrs travel through the night it was a perfectly clear morning,also iam still wearing" L" plates and have along way to go yet.things are looking up though iam attending a workshop in norfolk in a couple of weeks,thanks again stu

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