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Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2014 4:23PM
Superb Trev. Great photography.
Peter.

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dudler Plus
13 435 838 England
2 Mar 2014 4:49PM
Yep. That works wonderfully.

I've not seen this sort of combination of bright sun and heavy filter before. Eye-grabbing.
NDODS Plus
5 5.0k 125 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2014 5:32PM
An imaginative point of view which takes you straight into the image with both interest and clarity throughout. Wonderfully exposed with beautiful natural colour and light. A great image, and one which I have enjoyed viewing.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Trevhas 4 964 3 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2014 6:16PM
Thanks Peter, John and Nathan for your comments.
....I was getting a little bored with my compositions John so thought I'd try something a little different........ I was pleased with the clarity too Nathan.......looks great on my ipad.
ColleenA Plus
4 318 4 Australia
2 Mar 2014 7:26PM
This is excellent, amazing detail. Great photography
Stunning image. Great FG, colour & detail.

Fred
ArtyArt 5 317 2 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2014 9:17PM
Excellent clarity
Beautiful photo..composition, texture....the pulled out and rusted spikes, and the algae on the pilings.

I would like to also see what this would have looked at with a shorter exposure that would not have flattened the sea water.

Peter
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2014 2:35PM
Beautiful!
How is Spurn? Hope its not too damaged by the stormsSadSad
Diane
Trevhas 4 964 3 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2014 8:30PM
Thanks for your comments. I tried the shorter exposure Peter but found the waves too distracting, however i have uploaded a before and after big stopper filter on tonights pic 'all washed up'.
The sea has certainly badly damaged a 100m section of road Diane which i can't see them repairing because of the continuing erosion of the Holderness coastline, the spurn itself is covered in debris and sand covers most of the road leading upto the lighthouse. The nature reserve was closed until further notice for health and safety reasons due to workers laying pipes with heavy machinery up towards the coastguard station........i avoided the road by walking up the beach,.........so i had the place to my self Smile SmileSmile .....................apart from the construction workers on the road.
Fefe Plus
4 23 31 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2014 5:04PM
Thanks for the updateSmile Hope to be going there soon....
Diane
Trevhas 4 964 3 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2014 7:31PM
You'll enjoy it Diane with plenty of things to photograph, including another older lighthouse on the sea shore and a pier which RNLI use to launch the lifeboat......

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