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    Re: Elie

    Sorry guys..having some issues posting this.

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    Re: Elie

    It's such a timeless image that it could be from almost any era. I like that the panoramic format requires the eye to look long and hard to find everything in the image. The last treat that was revealed for me was the buoy.

    It reminds me of a particular type of print but the name escapes me. Perhaps you used a post-processing preset and that its name would remind me.

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    Nicely done Sharon. The sepia looks contributes to the timelessness that Mike mentions. At the same time though, it has a lot of good detail in there, unlike a lot of old prints.

    Dave

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    Very nice Sharon. As Mike mentioned it is a timeless photo.



    Bruce

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    Re: Elie

    I used the bleach bypass setting on the Ricoh GR.

    Thanks guys.

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    Re: Elie

    My partner has pictures of her, her sister and brother playing on that beach when they were kids and their parents were home on leave (her dad was a banker who worked in India and Africa in colonial days). That was 55+ years ago. Must look them out.

    My own effort of the same beach was posted up, here, in November 2011 (God, I didn't realise it was that long ago).

    Sharon's image is just gorgeous.
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    Thank you Donald. It is probably my all-time favourite beach with a few notable exceptions in Sutherland.

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