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Nash Point 3

By mrarth  
Taken early in my visit to Nash Point at about 6pm, whilst I was doing a recky of the location. Light was still a little harsh.

2 stop ND soft grad used to keep some colour in the sky.

Comments appreciated.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: adamburton, firzhugh, Tom_H and 21 more


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Comments


firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
14 Jul 2005 11:22PM
very nice composition and tones. beautiful shot

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gemeit 11 78 Scotland
14 Jul 2005 11:31PM
Nice composition like the fg
MoWiz 10 114 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 11:52PM
great composition,lovely image
thanks for the comments too
MO
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
14 Jul 2005 11:53PM
Very nice. click. John
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 11:59PM
Excellent work this Andrew. Low angle with those wonderful pebbles is a treat.
Richard
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
15 Jul 2005 12:18AM
Superb angle of take make this an eyecatching image. Nice one. Bruce
acbeat 10 14 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2005 12:42AM
excellent shot fantastic composition and textures.andy b
dark_lord Plus
11 1.7k 261 England
15 Jul 2005 1:40AM
Harsh light or not, the low wide angle has created a great image. Now you've found this spot, get back to it for some later in the day pics.
KatieR 12 6.2k 6
15 Jul 2005 2:15AM
The foreground has come off much better than the cliffs in terms of light, I think. It could almost be two pictures.
Katie
brand 11 6 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2005 3:00AM
Excellent shot, like the low angle.
Mike
alexya85 11 5
15 Jul 2005 3:16AM
Interesting shot
tf 12 156
15 Jul 2005 4:30AM
Neat perspective.
kinfatric 11 550 9 Scotland
15 Jul 2005 9:13AM
Beutiful composition stacked like on shelves.
15 Jul 2005 11:41AM
A lovely shot, great composition and colours, well done.
Geoff.
Falconer 11 16
16 Jul 2005 10:24AM
wow what a place! Never heard of it before, I have just been reading a Joe Cornish book and can just imagine low warm light on this! click
Mari 12 1.8k Wales
17 Jul 2005 9:41AM
Its a great place - the different sized and shaped stones are so photogenic, thats what I love about this shot, Andrew, the different texture of the rocks.

Mari Smile
mrarth 11 12
18 Jul 2005 2:43AM
Thanks very much for the comments.
Keith, I did go back but got distracted by the sunset, and as the tide was advancing rapidly, decided on the dry option.
Kyd, this was the best of the bracketed exposures, the best for the cliff was the overexposed shot but the foreground was too bleached, and I thought this was the best of the bunch.
Robert, Neither had I, as above, was heading for Dunraven, but decided to stay, great place.
Mari, it is, I still cannot quite believe that with the brown cliffs above the rocks on the ledges are below are grey and round, right up to the base, very puzzling, but very pleasing.
Regards
Andy
adamburton 12 627 11 United Kingdom
18 Jul 2005 5:12AM
Wonderful as is Andy. But will be brilliant with better light. An absolutely terrific composition.

I was scanning a map of Wales while in Aberswythyth (?) a few months back and earmarked Nash Point as a spot with great potential. Looks like I was right!

Adam.
rojo-uk 12
22 Nov 2005 1:39PM
Works well even if the light was harsh, the compo is failtless.
steveb 11 338 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2005 1:38PM
Nice image. Don't know how I missed this when it was first posted.

Steve

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