Early Bath coming!

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Another taken on my trusty Nettar 12 on 120 back in 1955-6. Either Dover or St Margaret's Bay Kent. I was asked if changes in my composition has changed over the years having posted other "oldies" and by the look of it - not much - just the change of format to 3:2 or 35mm format. I still took 2 1/4 sq format up until a few years back occasionally on my Rollei TLR and still crow to square format sometimes for competition - just i hadent heard of the rule of thirds back in the 50's or even the 40's when being taught by my father who was a keep amateur in the late 20's and 30's.
     
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    that's a great shot. Love it
     
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    I like the poor woman far left who has already had a soaking so her dress went transparent - I wish I had seen her earlier, but the viewfinders in those days were not great and only spotted her at the edge of the frame in the darkroom later.
     
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    i like the way her husband doesn't seem to care his wife has been soaked and is refusing to let the on-coming waves ruin his leasurely stroll, has behind his back and everything... Englishmen will walk but never run!
     
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    Nice capture. That's one massive spray being kicked up! Yet those two in the foreground are completely unperturbed.
     
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    I'm late to the party but you seemed to have anticipated the rule of diagonal lines just fine!

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