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    rob marshall

    Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

    These were shot this evening at my local beach a couple of miles away.

    C&C welcome. All shot with Canon 5D and 24-105L, with ND grad filters.

    Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

    Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

    Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

    Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

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    All are keepers, Rob. #2 for me.

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    One of these days... way off in the future... I will maybe be able to capture something as wonderful as you did. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

    Quote Originally Posted by jiro View Post
    All are keepers, Rob. #2 for me.
    Yep, all crackers.

    If I was only allowed one, then it would have to be Dune Fence. The way the grass looks in Dune Path is magical, but I think that, for me, there's more of a 'harmony'/balance between grass, fence and sky in Dune Fence and I thinks it's processed into being a much more interesting sky. But I might change my mind by tomorrow!

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    You can hear silence? To touch to hidden? To inhale beauty? All photo amaze.

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    And not drop of fluffy water or a polished rock in sight. Very impressed and up to your usual exquisite quality standard

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    Not bad, Rob...not bad at all...I think we all aspire to get to your level, both in craft and understanding. I have to go with #1 as I find the fence in#2 a tad on the brash side against the softness made by the grass...but, like Donald, I might also change my mind tomorrow.

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    Very nice work Rob. I really have not decided on a favorite, they all have so much that I like.

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    Especially the BW's do strongly appeal to me.
    Really good processing and beautifull tones throughout the grass. I like #2 the most.
    Well done Nosferatu :-)

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    Stunning images Rob. One thing I particularly like about Across the Pond is the pattern of the sand in the lower right quadrant. That really grabbed my attention.

    Keep up the good work!

    R

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    I agree with Raylee - across the pond is breathtaking. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camellia View Post
    One thing I particularly like about Across the Pond is the pattern of the sand in the lower right quadrant. That really grabbed my attention.
    Yes, I was attracted to that as well when I shot it, but I do like #2 as well. I'm surprised I got so many decent shots in just 2 hours. It's like that sometimes, isn't it? The other day I took about 40 shots and ended up deleting every one of them. I was lucky today with the weather and light - the clouds make the colour ones.

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    rob marshall

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    And the final one of today. Not a bad day...

    Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

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    Amazing work
    Thanks for sharing

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    All of them are great!! Fantastic work.

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    Rob, these are so beautiful! I've come late and everyone has already said it perfectly.

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    Re: Ferryside beach - BW and extreme colour.

    Hi Rob,

    Just catching up on some posts and as Katy said all have said it before. #2 in my favourite B & W while the colours are great I go with #3. A good day’s shooting for sure.

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