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By wamp    
This was the night my Sigma had a close encounter with the rocks and stopped focusing properly, and my Lee 0.9 ND gained some battle scars, but the old lens still does a good job. I'm just pleased that when I'm shooting landscapes the speed of focus isn't usually an issue! lol

Anyway, I've also found a solution to my Mac and it's painfully slow wireless connection, use the ethernet! And now it's a pleasure again browsing again and I don't have to wait an age for a page to load, so I can get back to normal. Smile

Thanks for looking and thanks for the support recently Smile

Cheers, Sean

Tags: Landscape and travel

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pdove 8 22 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2011 7:21PM
I was standing at this very spot last Friday, with a sigma 10 20, but you have the sky I was hoping for.
Nice one.

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Richsr 11 91 223 England
15 Jun 2011 7:27PM
Like the comp and good sky Sean.
Regards Richard
phil99 11 45 6 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2011 10:11PM
Great sky= Great work .....Phil
DaveMead 8 23 14 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2011 12:28AM
I can't help thinking that the subject of this image has been pushed way into the background by the use of the 10-20. Having said that, the tones and colours are lovely and the sky beautiful.
wamp 11 276 8 England
16 Jun 2011 8:22AM
Thanks Phil, Richard, Phil and Dave Smile Smile

The lit lighthouse on the Farne Islands is a long way away, and you're right, the 10-20 probably hasn't helped Wink

Cheers, Sean

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