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Old 27th February 2016
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Elgol

Couple from the other week.
Nothing special.First stitched pano from about 8 images.



Was initially down by the shore but the lighting was very grey and overcast, I was lacking inspiration so moved further round to the old buildings.
Liked the old tree I found and stayed.
Sadly a bank of cloud came over just as the sun was going down.
Sharpness has been lost on these due to 72dpi for web.

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Re: Elgol

May just be my laptop, but a preponderance of blue on these two, specially the wave tops?
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Re: Elgol

= nothing special.

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Re: Elgol

A magical spot, the light looks great in number two.
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Re: Elgol

Not sure I'd say nothing special Steve they both look like good shots to me. The colours however do look rather strange. I've not got a calibrated monitor so maybe it's that but they both look rather unnatural to me. The second is my favourite, I like the angle and composition but those colours spoil what seems like rather dramatic lighting.
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