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    There be Beasties out there

    On my walk yesterday, I came across a collection of drift wood which has been arranged by an artist near the beach. I found it challenging to take these due to close proximities and one being white. Photographying white on a sunny day is always difficult.

    There be Beasties out there

    There be Beasties out there

    After doing more reading, I read you should look up once in a while... It paid off, I like the next one

    There be Beasties out there

    Cheers from the West Coast of Canada

    -Al

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    Re: There be Beasties out there

    Interesting shots.

    Not sure if the wire (?) coming out of #2 does anything for it.

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    Re: There be Beasties out there

    Yes I agree with cloning out the wire.

    Monsters with lipstick - that's new.

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    Re: There be Beasties out there

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    Yes I agree with cloning out the wire.
    Yep. And there is what looks like parts of a web going from just above the wire to the sculpture (there are two strands). I think they should go as well. And then I think you've got another very good image, in which you have managed the exposure challenge very well.

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