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Buffalo_Tom Plus
13 2.3k 11 Wales
25 Nov 2006 4:35PM
Hope you saved your camera/love the wave action.Well taken.
Tom.

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Jouİo 15 56 Finland
25 Nov 2006 4:51PM
full of drama.......

Jouko
davidcollins 14 108 1 Scotland
25 Nov 2006 4:55PM
a nicely timed shot full of action i see there was a slight breeze blowing too :0)
annefromleo 14 11 1 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2006 4:55PM
Like the comp and crop
Anne
jonny250 13 60 Guernsey
25 Nov 2006 5:05PM
I like this, shows the wave motion well. Hard to get the sharpness in so little light. Well done.
Jonny
colin 15 697 5 Scotland
25 Nov 2006 8:06PM
A real sense of power captured here, Scott. I like the inclusion of the seagulls skimming the waves (really only noticeable when viewed large)
Colin
25 Nov 2006 8:17PM
Thanks for the comments everyone

Scott
Blenkinsopp 14 320 4 England
25 Nov 2006 11:10PM
impressive capture
26 Nov 2006 10:34AM
Thanks

Scott
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
29 Nov 2006 7:22PM
Ive often thought of that spot for a photo, remmber as a kid getting soaked the bone the very area you took it from Smile

You know that old harbour wall was built about 1690 or something like that... and the harbour has old focilised trees you can see at low tide Smile

Tommy
29 Nov 2006 9:01PM
Thanks for the comments Tommy - take it you know the area well??
Learn something new every day!

Scott
highlander 16 32 Scotland
30 Nov 2006 7:31PM
Very effective Scott, I was thinking of this type of setting today, only thing is that salty atmosphere covers your gear with a layer of gunge...well done and getting soaked is part of the game, LOL.
Doug.
30 Nov 2006 9:40PM
Ha ha thanks Doug

Scott
PatrickSmith 15 1.2k 2 United States
30 Nov 2006 9:49PM
Ah yes, my kind of shot! Full of action and drama. And what is an ocean shot without a good soaking? If I don't return home dripping wet, it was not a good day.

Patrick
1 Dec 2006 9:04AM
Ha...thanks Patrick!

Scott
uggyy 14 2.1k 9 Scotland
3 Dec 2006 5:21PM
Yes Scott I know it well, spent many a summer holiday down that neck of the woods, when the shows used to be on the part behind where you took the photos...

You should take a look at low tide in the water arround the harbour and you will see the old petriefied tree stumps Im on about...

I love the old turrets on the harbour, realy need to get out there and get some photos myself before it changes any more than it has..

Tommy
Portknockie 15 48 Scotland
10 Dec 2006 9:53PM
Hi Scott..great shot..very powerful..

DonSmile
10 Dec 2006 10:14PM
Thanks Don

Scott
TerryBaxter 13 11
14 Dec 2006 1:54PM
Full of energy; well-shot too.

Terry.
15 Dec 2006 12:18PM
Thanks Terry

Scott
User_Removed 17 39 6 Scotland
18 Dec 2006 12:59PM
Thanks for the comment Scott, he would have loved this shot as he was an x navy man and loved the sea

Cheers

victor
18 Dec 2006 4:57PM
Thanks Victor, that's nice, hope you are well

Scott
1 Jan 2007 11:47PM
Fearful weather.
oppo 14 6 2 Scotland
8 Jan 2007 5:19PM
As long as the camera didn't get wet Scott ! LOL. This is a good one and typical of the weather we are having at the moment.

Phil
9 Jan 2007 8:27AM
Thanks

Scott
dalischone 15 295 Scotland
16 Jan 2007 1:59PM
Great capture Scott, you've really caught the power of the sea.

Tracy
17 Jan 2007 9:30AM
Thanks Tracy

Scott

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