Twr Mawr Lighthouse

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I don't think you needed clouds. That light is lovely. Great lighting and use of shadows, great colour in the sky finished off nicely by the background hills. The only thing I don't like is that you were there and I wasn't. Seriously, nice one :)
 
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That's just super and clouds would probably not add anything. I would crop away some of the smaller foreground rocks as they distract my eye from the larger sunlit rocks and lighthouse, but I can see why some would keep them in as they do catch the light nicely.
 
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Thanks very much for the comments everyone. It was a really nice day - plenty of people on the beach (its a really nice walk from the car park to the lighthouse along a massive beach), some even swimming in the sea...in February !! Thanks again :)
 
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No criticism of the shot, although I'd probably lift the shadow details a little, but nearly every view of this scene places the lighthouse exactly on the horizon line.
I know it's down to viewpoint, and maybe there are no alternatives, but if I were taking it, I'd try to find either a higher or lower viewpoint to change the perspective a little.
Looks like I'm going to have to make the trip sometime...
 
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#14
Very nice shot of a classic scene. No issues with the lack of clouds, the colours and the light on the foreground more than make up for that
 
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Beautiful image. Would have been interesting to see a long exposure shot of the same scene to see what the sea looked like in the image.

Top stuff though.
 
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#17
What a fabulous photo
 
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