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A low light long exposure image down by the groynes, transforming the lapping tide into a etheral sort of mist
beach, exposure, groyne, groynes, long, misty, night, sea, sepia
Groynes is such a great word and it sounds like I imagine the grinding of the ocean currents against the stone/concrete.The misting is just lovely.
Nice moody shot.
Cracking shot. It has been many years since I was up around Redcar, but there is a caravan site at the northern end with an old railway bridge on the sea side of it, from which you can get a cracking shot looking North-East of the industrial complex at night. Its an interesting stretch of coast. And theres a small butty shop (was) where the best, biggest, and cheapest breakfast cob is made up to order on cold winter days…….ah…..happy memories!
love these shots,i personally cant get enough of them,this looks awsome,great stuff keep it up
Thanks for visiting and for the encouraging comments everyone.@Graeme – The caravan site and iron blast furnace is still there, I will be uploading a dusk image of it soon.
creepy atmosphere….great shot!