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B&W Neil



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An image from Trebarwith Strand, North Cornwall. The attraction here was the shapes, textures and the light falling between two large rocks.


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Date: Wed, 7, October, 2009 Views: 1769
Filesize: 40.1kb Dimensions: 500 x 341
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Keywords: Beach Light
Film make, size & rating:: HP5+ - 6x7 - 400 iso
Film developer & temp:: Prescysol
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: 50mm
Tripod used Y/N:: yes
Paper:: Adox RC
Paper developer & temp:: Neutol NE 1+14

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Rob Archer

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Registered: September 2008
Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk - flatlands and big skies.
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Sun, 22, November, 2009 4:41pm

Interesting. When I looked at the thumbnail I assumed I was looking at a small cove looking down from high cliffs. It's only when I see the larger image I spot the limpets, which give it scale.


I like the way the lines on the rock and sand draw my eye around the scene. Lovely.


Thanks


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B&W Neil

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Sat, 28, November, 2009 2:34pm

Thanks, Rob. I can see what you mean - maybe I should have removed the limpets ;-)


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