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Seasnake

The beach still continues to give up strange delights.

Seasnake

The beach still continues to give up strange delights.

comments (8)

Hey, this works really well as abstraction. Is this part of the South Beach prom works?
If this wind keeps up as it is at present, Blackpool Prom is going to be picture at high tide tomorrow afternoon!
Dave Carrington: Spot on, Jose! You've an eye for structural engineering as well as photography! smile
Yes, tomorrow could be fun!
  • The Maven
  • United Kingdom
  • 19 May 2007, 01:01
Very abstract.... any ideas what it is?
Dave Carrington: It's a 'former' for concrete pouring which is part of Blackpool's new sea defence/ seawall renewal programme.
I've rotated the shot 180 deg. hence the abstract view.
  • Max Black
  • about to watch the Cup Final
  • 19 May 2007, 14:01
My neck hurts now...good one, anyhow managed to block and delete all shutterchancers from my mail box so i can't see any replies...which is nice....but my old Buddy Neil shifts those colour photocopies....yes for that is what they are by the bucket load, found one of those stanley blades with the hooked bit, shall I forward it...
Dave Carrington: Yep, might come in handy very soon: using rusty penknife heated up with Swan Vestas...
  • Ellie
  • 19 May 2007, 23:34
Looks good, and I like the very nearly square frame too.
Dave Carrington: LOL! Close, but no cigar! I should have tried just that tiny bit more smile
  • Les Auld
  • Southport UK
  • 20 May 2007, 09:05
The image works well for me, I like the idea of turning on it's side as well.
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Les. Glad you like it!
  • Alistair
  • Back from a very wet Scotland
  • 21 May 2007, 09:33
Had to scratch my head, ouch another splinter, but then it struck me, the clever begger has turned it on it's side. Brilliant, so simple but effective, I love these visual teasers.
Dave Carrington: I like to confuse my visitors now & again! smile
  • Lilith
  • Coming back to life
  • 21 May 2007, 17:48
MMMMM like it.
Dave Carrington: Ha! Just got it! Glad you like it & hope your innards are less revolting...smile
The angle of view gives a very strange result - Fine art !!
Dave Carrington: Merci beaucoup, my mate smile

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exposure mode aperture priority
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aperture f/8.0
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 19.0mm
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