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A closeup of a partially submerged groyne, with narrow depth of field, Largo beach.

Taken on the Hasselblad with 80mm planar using Fuji Neopan 400 b&w film.

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beach, black_and_white, closeup, film, film_photography, fuji, groyne, hasselblad, medium_format, neopan, sand, square, wood

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  • checkma8
    checkma8over 6 years ago

    and she stands silent nice

  • Roslyn Lunetta
    Roslyn Lunettaover 6 years ago

    love the dof and sand detail, now will you please tell us unknowledgeable what a groyne is, it looks like petrified wood to me

  • PigleT
    PigleTover 6 years ago

    Thanks both!

    Roslyn: pretty much. Wet wood. Part of coastal defences to stop the transport of sediment off the beach. There’s a whole load more info about groynes on wikipedia.

  • calico
    calicoover 6 years ago

    Love this one the sand sparkles with a peralesent glow even in b&w.
    Strangely I took a similar pic today except not as good it had an ugly Jack Russell in it and barbwire.

  • miclile
    miclileover 6 years ago

    great contrast and so much detail in the grains of sand!

  • PigleT
    PigleTover 6 years ago

    Thanks calico and miclile :)

  • Irish
    Irishover 6 years ago

    I LOVE THIS….simple but deep somehow!

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    great work, well done

  • dinghysailor1
    dinghysailor1over 6 years ago

    well that’s my new word for today! love the ‘groyne’ cpature PigleT :)) striking in black and whilte

  • PigleT
    PigleTover 6 years ago

    Thanks Mil, Antanas and dighysailor1 :) Good old b&w. First and, as far as I recall, only, time I’ve used neopan-400. Might have to try some more :)

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