Through the cracks

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  1. Wozza

    Wozza TPF Noob!

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    Was eating a pie on the beach (stockmans yum) and spied some interesting patterns in the platform to the water. Luckily I had my 1.8 20mm lens on me as I was considering not taking it. Really funny what shots you can stumble across. Its cool how you start to notice the world like this when you get into photography. :heart:

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  2. Wozza

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    Page 2 and no replies and only 30 views? I must suck at thread topics. I guess it really did go through the cracks. :blushing:

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    Well, I fail to recognise anything much in the first, but I like the broken shell. That's an interesting colour and the bits of green (as always for me! :biggrin: ) add to it, too. In that one I also like the shallowness of the DOF that lens gives you at wide open. Not so in the first, though.

    The last is a nice context photo that helps us to understand where you were and what it looked like, so we see the cracks a lot better.
     
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    Haha thanks Lafoto, I guess it can be tough to see just what the shot is if you don't know.
     
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    I probably like the first shot more, But if the feather was more in focus i would probably like it even more.
     

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