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    A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    The Gower peninsular in West Wales. The beach is called Rhossili. The headland in shots 2/3 is called Worms Head. All shot yesterday. The building in shot #1 is owned by the National Trust and is used as a holiday cottage - but it's booked about two years in advance. Fantastic spot.

    C+C welcome.

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    Re: A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    The first shot can be used as an illustration for a geography textbook. :P

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    Re: A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    #3 Absolutely brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by James G View Post
    #3 Absolutely brilliant
    Agree with that
    Though I like #2 also very much. The peaces of wood give a great feel of depth and the colours really do work.

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    Re: A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    C+C welcome.
    Hi Rob,

    These are very nice shots and you certainly had a better day here than I did at work!

    Not that I;m jealous, mind you, but I would just make the following observations.
    Shot.1 would it stand about 1 degree anti-clockwise?
    Shot.2 I can't fault and is my favourite
    Shot.3 might have been better with the camera panned a little more to left or right, so the headland didn't finish half across
    No! Scrub that last comment; I can see why it is where it is, excellent, I have tried these myself and getting the timing right is harder than you'd think.

    Good series,

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    Re: A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    Excellent images Rob.

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    Re: A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    The Gower peninsular in West Wales. The beach is called Rhossili. The headland in shots 2/3 is called Worms Head. All shot yesterday. The building in shot #1 is owned by the National Trust and is used as a holiday cottage - but it's booked about two years in advance. Fantastic spot.

    C+C welcome.
    I can see why it's booked so far in advance. #1's my favorite. I'm a sucker for sweeping panoramas like that.

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    Re: A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Shot.1 would it stand about 1 degree anti-clockwise?

    I think you are correct (again!) We will have to get your forum name changed to 'spirit-level'

    Amended version. Looks better I think. Many thanks.

    A walk along the Gower at Rhossili

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    I like them all, but No. 2 is a real grabber.

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