Bamburgh castle sunrise

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I dig both! :D
 
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"Excellent" work Sir, both push all the right buttons for me.(y)

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Very nice, especially number 1
Nicely done Alf. Second is a favourite for me.
2 great shots - very difficult to choose a winner !
Both nice, #1 shades it for me as I like the light on the castle itself.
Both fantastic but no 1 edges it for me.
"Excellent" work Sir, both push all the right buttons for me.(y)

George.
Nice! You’re lucky to not have another dozen photographers in the frame!
Thanks all

I do have a shot with some photographers in it and I was having to position myself to keep them out of the shot in 1

So who said there was something photograph
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I quite like it with the togs in, give it a sense of scale, I love how they're just standing admiring the view, lovely shot again Alf!
Thanks Claire those guys were just standing talking as I was taking the first shot and one there tripods was making me work hard for a composition as the sun was up

Do like a good landscape in portrait format so the last appeals to me the most, like it Alf.
Thanks Scott

If #1 had the same dynamics as #2, then it would win hands down. As it is, my preference is for #2.

Like the togs shot too though.
Thanks Ken the light and sea were not playing quite together

Indeed nice set Alf and happy birthday!!;)
Thanks Kevin
About three months late for my birthday though mate unless I am missing something
 

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What a nice change from the usual pebbles in the foreground shot that you see so many of, very well done too ! :)
 
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What a nice change from the usual pebbles in the foreground shot that you see so many of, very well done too ! :)
Wrong location and those are big pebbles at twice the size of a football I would say.
That will be another thread.

Thanks anyway mate.
 
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