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Beach Restaurant - New Plymouth, NZ

By SteveNZ  
Set out for a sunset that didn't really happen, so strolled along towards the port and snapped a few night shots instead.

Low tide allowed me to capture this restaurant from an angle I've not seen it before as it's had waves lapping at its entrance on previous visits.

ISO400, F/13, 20 second exposure, tripodded (is 'tripodded' a real word?!)

Thank you for looking, comments (good or bad) and votes Smile

Tags: Food Beach Night Port Architecture New plymouth Restaurant Landscape and travel Newzealand Night and low light Port taranaki

Voters: IMAGESTAR, jowilde, MartinAgius and 22 more


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Comments


jowilde 11 6 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2010 11:51AM
lovely picture, looks a very nice place to be

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Nice mood
Lovely low light shot - well taken

Chris
30 Apr 2010 12:09PM
Great shot
30 Apr 2010 12:16PM
beautiful shot love it!
30 Apr 2010 12:30PM
superb low light shot click
30 Apr 2010 12:34PM
Beautiful and lovely night of lowlight, shot.love it.
saeid
30 Apr 2010 12:41PM
Beautiful low light image looks like a really super place to go quite romantic
Alexa
Jalapeno Plus
5 127 2 Iceland
30 Apr 2010 2:07PM
Lovely night shot!! well done!
30 Apr 2010 2:42PM
Excellent, lovely texture,and colours, worth missing a sunset for.
Ref your question, on my water pic, it was taken at 1/30th if memory serves me correctly. Water was being funneled, between rocks, so moving quite quickly. Sorry took so long to answer, I've obviously not been paying attention.
Geoff
30 Apr 2010 3:49PM
Great composition and colours. Paul
30 Apr 2010 11:25PM
Excellent l.ocation
1 May 2010 11:23PM
Super capture. Who needs sunsets?
zapar40 Plus
5 66 5 Wales
1 May 2010 11:56PM
this is ecellent, love the tones and great word "TRIPPODED" i giggled.

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