Standing Tall

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  1. steelydan99

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    These Groynes on Tramore Beach Co.Waterford,Ireland are standing the best part of 100 years+
    Battered and beaten by the sea ,they still make great foreground subjects to photograph. Taken with a 10 Stop ND filter to get some movement in the sky

    Hope you like

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    beautiful, great lighting and clarity!
     
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    Thanks skiboarder72
     
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    love the light. well done
     
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    Really nice
     
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    cool picture! I'm not sure if you were going for the whole vignetting thing, but I think for this photo, it might be better to get rid of it. Just my 2 cents.
     
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    Thanks Guys

    I think the vignette thing was caused by the long shutter speed of the exposure with the 10 stop filter on, not intended but it happens.
     
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    Wow 10 stops?

    I think it works for this photo, maybe a slight bit lighter, but to the average person: they won't notice.
     
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    I agree that the vignetting is a little distracting. Other than that and the crooked horizon line, I like this shot a lot!
     
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    Ah, Tramore. I'd do anything to go back. Lovely photo!
     

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