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  1. alfbranch

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    Here is a summer sunset at Parton beach on yet another cold day in August on the west coast of Cumbria


    [​IMG]Parton summer sunset by Alf Branch, on Flickr

    What do you think?
     
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    I never talk when I'm thinking and contemplating! :p
     
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  3. Keith B

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    Super shot Alf.
    I like the composition and the exposure time was long enough to blur the sea into interesting shapes around the rocks without it becoming “milky” and flattening the waves further out.
     
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    "Excellent" shot Sir, well composed, some pleasant light, and for me just about the right amount of movement in the water.(y)

    George.
     
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    I think you've timed the exposure perfectly Alf. A bit more light on the foreground (you take what you get though) would seal this one but it is very nice as it is.
     
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    Certainly ticks all the right boxes for me.
     
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  7. alfbranch

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    Thanks Daniel

    Thanks Keith

    Thanks George

    Thanks Dale the sun was down by this point and there was not ebough cloud to reflect more light as you say you work with what you get.

    Thanks paul

    The shutter speed and timing are the things I enjoy working with when shooting in dynamic situations like this as the light is changing rapidly and the sea is rising or falling leading to constant changes in position.
     

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