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I had the idea of mounting these three images as a triptych or expanding the them to about 6 to 8 prints on the theme of beaches.


What do you think ? And any obs / crits ?


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Richard Gould
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Fri, 7, August, 2009 9:02pm

Neil, I think that pictures like this, of found objects, can be very interesting, I do a lot of "Beach combing"over here, and sometimes they need to be together,and sometimes they make great stand alone photos,I like this and I think it will make a great stand alone pic Richard

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B&W Neil

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Sat, 8, August, 2009 7:53am

Thanks, Richard.
You have many lovely beaches in the CI to comb and we also do it here in Cornwall when we can. Bognor is an interesting beach for me as it isn't the sort of beach one would normally find junk on - but it is there if you look. Very home-counties in fact and very much for lounging on! But within a few hundred meters I found about 6 pics :-) What attracted me to this subject was the worm casts and the way the old bottle had sunk into the sand. I am not so sure I would want it on my wall but I think it is a strong image in a series of similar pics.


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