Took a ride down to Mostyn (North Wales) last night to capture some pics of the delapidated abandoned ferry (tell me if you want to see those pics. It's a creepy structure) but went for a nice walk while I was there. I came across some rocks on a bed of cracked baked mud, and really needed to capture it. So using my trusty 055XPROB as low as it could go, I set about shooting it, bracketed with the view to merging the exposures later on. And here's what I came up with, though I may have overcooked it in some parts. Tell me what you think f/16 @ 23mm - various shutter speeds for the exposures. Then after the sun had gone down, I walked along the shore to see another lovely scene before me. I'd watched the sunset behind some industrial buildings on the horizon; I captured some, but I got loads of lens flare, so I'll have to work on that, if I can. This is another 3 exposures manually brushed together in Photoshop. f/20 @ 28mm - various shutter speeds for the exposures. Hope you like them; if not, tell me what you don't like, and I'll take it on board for next time. Cheers.