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liparig 17 233 United States
24 May 2005 1:05PM
nice shot
whipspeed 17 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
24 May 2005 1:05PM
Nice one Tony, reminds me that I'll be there on Friday for the week with the family.
exclusive 16 579 United Kingdom
24 May 2005 1:08PM
lacks impact. good exposure. a wider angle including the begginning of the groyne would of been better i think.
andytvcams 19 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
24 May 2005 1:08PM
Like it,my only problem is the horizon,needs a wee rotate.

Dinda 17 90 United Kingdom
24 May 2005 1:12PM
Like those waves - can't quite see the rotate that Andy thinks it needs - but that's probably my eyes x-)
daringdaphne 17 82 United Kingdom
24 May 2005 1:27PM
Tony I think it is the lovely waves that have captured your eye, were u paddling to get this lovely shot?

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terry_cavner 16 332 United Kingdom
24 May 2005 9:47PM
nice one
mohikan22 Plus
17 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
25 May 2005 2:46AM
natural curvature in the distance for youre "tilt" of horizon.makes it more realistic i think. i like it sitll. captures mother nature nicely.
25 May 2005 9:32AM
Many thanks for the comments. I tried utilising the slowest shutter speed possible to spread out those waves but I couldn't get it any slower than this.

Sarah, enjoy your hols, it was fun for my weekend down there on a mates 40th birthday bash. And I still managed to slip in some photography time between sessions Smile

John, thanks for your reply. The anchor of the front groin had some people lurking around it who didn't seem in too much hurry so i purposely omitted it by zooming in to 70mm. I try to keep people and cars etc out of my pics whenever possible because they can date them. The waves and the colour of the troughs were my point of interest for this shot.

Andy and Daphne, thanks for your comments. The horizon I took for granted without checking. No, I didn't wade out for this shot, I rested the camera on the railings of Boscombe pier due to high winds so I took horizon as level in this instance. I can see what you mean though Andy.

Thanks to all for commenting, it's nice to know that I'm getting closer to achieving a good picture

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