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Part of the remains of the old chain fence at Newcastle Bogey hole.Shot with a Nikon D300 using the 18-70mm lens at f4 and 13 second exposure. I had my new ND400 filter attached.Shot about 15 minutes after sunset
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Well you found a good use for it!
have you been there? its wonderful.
Not yet, I don’t know Newcastle that well..
we may have to make a day if it a visit a few choice places with a few group members
Ok I’m in, missed out last time!
I will put a message in the group in the next few day again.
Great work Andrew … this is a magnificent area and now that the road has been closed off to this area a lot of people miss it. Sadly there’s been some recent bad publicity about its neglect with a death of a swimmer there a couple of months ago … there are plans to clean it all up and I believe some work is to start this week on the cliffs in the area … put me on the list for anything you plan♥
It is in need of some attention but I hope whatever restoration does not take long. Now I have been there I want to go back and shoot it again
WOWThank you very much!!
Well deserved feature! Great location, and love the ships out there! Seems to be a big queue again! Hope they don’t ruin the spot with their ‘fix’!
Thank you very much for having a look. There were 25 ships waiting to enter the harbour that I could see from the baths.
Good one Andrew, ships do add that little extra interest to already a great shot.
Thanks Michael, I like the ships as they break the horizon a little
Thanks for having a look
Thanks for including the image
Beautiful water movement and soft tones.
Thank you very much
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