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    Doesn't grab me at all.....sorry!
     
  3. Jannyfox

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    No worries. If we all liked the same thing life would be so boring. ;)
     
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    I love marine dramatic scene! :cool:

    Here, just me, I would have worked to enhance
    the DR a tad without affecting the mood.
     
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    I am feeling it is underexposed and lacking in contrast as presented with the composition not being selective enough (I am guilty of composing like this on the beach then hate it when I get home)
     
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    Would look good if you adjusted the levels in the bottom half, IMO.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. To me, it's as it was, as it was taken after sunset with the light that was left to my right, and was getting quite dark. It's interesting how the person who was there can look at an image one way but everyone else looks at it in quite another. Something to bear in mind for my next visit (can't wait! :)) Looking at it again composition wise, I could have done without the chopped off rocks. I can't remember exactly where this was taken from, but one of those rocks may not a single rock but the end of a rock 'headland'.
     

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