Mupe Bay Sunset
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The recent troubles with copywrites and such has left a bitter taste in a lot of peoples mouths, and a few of the really good photographers have left.
Now that we have been given a reasonably difinitive answer lets hope some normality can return to the site.
This was taken at a place called Mupe Bay, which lies between lulworth cove and worbarrow bay.
The large silhoetted rocky outcrop is ominously named wreckneck rock, and there are several other smaller stacks to the left of this one.
PS exposure time was 13 seconds.
Thanks for looking
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Hello Ewan! Very interesting sunset. Wonderful rock. Mysterious shadow. Good work. Well done!
A beautifully executed sunset wide angle image in fine colours Ewan, the long exposure time gave the sea in motion a dreamy look which forms a good contrast with the infinite DOF, good effect indeed!
- [2009-02-25 6:00]
Calming seascape sunset. Lovely colors, long exposure and depth of field. I like it.
Hello Ewan, very good composition. Beautiful colors. Very well captured. TFS - Regards - Adil.
- [2009-02-26 0:34]
Another very nice seascape from you!
I really like the effect of the long exposure here. The misty look of the water is excellent and contrasts well with the texture of the rocks.
Further more, the composition is gorgeous and the colors in the sky lovely. A bit dark, maybe, but still wonderful.
Bravo and TFS
Very nicely done, this photo looks like it was well planned out,