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Beach at Minehead



No idea what those structures are but they are spaced at intervals along the beach, i'm sure someone will know!!


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Jogi



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Date: Mon September 25, 2006
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bailbr
Hi Jogi, beautiful shot I love the crescent shaped beach, forboding sky, and your foreground subjects. You could probably get a hair more detail from the foreground rocks...small nit...natural well composed shot...probably would work well as BW too Smile


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#1 Mon September 25, 2006 4:59pm

Amandart
I love the sky and the waves. I agree with bailbr, just a touch more detail on those rocks would boost this over the top. Perhaps if you isolate that area and give it a tweak in ps. As for those structures, I think they're poles secured to the ground by guidewires. Great shot. Wink
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#2 Mon September 25, 2006 6:02pm

richard crowe
I think I know what these are. They are for the less intelligent alien who, having got lost on earth, need some sign to show them which direction home is! Smile Nice shot btw. Also, I see you have a spot of dust on your sensor in the top left. I have the same camera and would clean the sensor about once a month with swabs I got off Warehouseexpress.
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#3 Mon September 25, 2006 6:14pm

Jogi
Thanks Bruce, Amanda and Richard.Had already given the rocks a bit of a tweak, but your right could take a bit more i think.Richard, thanks for pointing out the speck, quickly checked back at images taken after that day and it seems to have gone , but will keep a close eye on it.Maybe somethiong on front of lens.
'There is no point pressing the shutter unless you are making some caustic comment on the incongruities of life. That is what photography is all about. It is the only reason for doing it.'......Philip Jones Griffiths

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#4 Mon September 25, 2006 7:45pm

pacificphoto
I generally like open, cooler looking areas like this. I wonder if these antennae have anything to do with direction-finding. That is, triangulating incoming signals, shooting a back asimuth, all that jazz to find out where somebody, say a sinking ship, would be. --Chris
#5 Tue September 26, 2006 3:50am

rudipolednik
I love the scene and you've photographed it well. The poles are navigation marks to warn of the rocky groynes that would be covered at high tide.
#6 Tue September 26, 2006 8:22am




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