A Foggy Cape Neddick

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    One of my all time favorite spots just to sit, relax, and listen to the waves (a popular one too). This was taken back in 2006 on our way home from Portland and conditions were not ideal for photos (wet and foggy). But hey... I never leave my camera behind.

    Watched two kids playing along the rocks and luck would have it they were headed in my direction. Took a quick snapshot...
     

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    i dont mind the kids being in the pictures but i think it would be really neat with out them in it and a little over exposed if i do say so.
     
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    Thanks for looking and your comments....
     
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    I like the photo. Well, Key is right. It'll be much better if the kids weren't around. But I don't mind at all. As long as the photo looks terrific at the end of the day.
     
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    I do wish the lighthouse in the back had a few more shadow tones to it-- it's a bit too airy for my taste right now. I like the kids in the foreground, but I think they would look more intentionally framed if they were a bit more separated from the dark tones in the rocks.
     

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