Hengistbury Head

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  1. flyingseale

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    Took a trip to the beach this evening to see what would come out with the very heavy sky. At times it looked like the light might be great, but in the end it was mostly just dull. The highlight was as I walked back to the car the sun shone through the narrowest of gaps between black clouds and the land.
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    Wow, I love #2. I actually think it works well in black & white.
     
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    great pics... really like #1! keep up the good work! :)
     
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    Nice #2 is my personal choice. The B/W adds atmosphere :)

    Regards,
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    Well done! Although I really like #2, I personally think the heavy skies show up better in #1
     
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    NO.1 is a big wow from me !! I love the effect you achieved with the water and its a very good composition.

    Deano
     
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    Great shots!
    Love the tone of the first, but i think the second would be my fav if the sky was slightly darker. :)
     
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    First one for me, fantastic shot.
    Ken.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. In #1 you can just see the blue sky on the left that formed most of the sky in image #2, which was shot from the other side of the groyne. I got wet feet several times waiting for the waves to crash up the beach.
     
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    Great shots!!!

    #1 is my fav, the little rocks make the shot...great colors...

    would love to know the data on these shots!!
     
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    Brilliant photography. Numbers 1 & 2 are special. I'm not sure why, but #3 seems like it's missing something. Maybe it's the size.
     
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    #1 is with Nikon D80, Sigma 10-20 set at 11mm, f18, 0.8 sec, 2 stop ND grad
    #2 ditto but set at 10mm, f18, 0.5sec
    #3 Nikon D50, Nikon 18-70 set at 24mm, f16, 0.2 sec
     

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