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Friday, September 02, 2005

Dumbarton Rock


Nikon D70 @ 31mm, 2 sec, f/11, ISO 200
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Had nothing to do in the afternoon today, so I thought I'd check out a spot I'd noticed before when driving by. The tide was out on the River Clyde and I managed to walk about 20 yards onto the "beach". I must have spent about half an hour standing in the same spot trying to get the composition right, and waiting for the right clouds to appear. I haven't shot infra red in a while so got the R72 out to give it some action.

The "normal" shots look too busy, but I think it works in IR. What d'ya think? Oh, and while you're at it, do you prefer this version instead? :)

7 Comments:

Blogger Keir Ayres said...

Very purdy sky and composition, well worth the effort =D your link's broken though John, can't wait to see it though.

10:37 pm, September 01, 2005  
Blogger John said...

That was definitely the fastest response to any of my posts I've ever had! I made the post, checked the link, fixed the link and within that time you managed to get your message typed - impressive! :)

Thanks for the comments. The link is working now, but I think I've decided I prefer the blue version.

10:42 pm, September 01, 2005  
Blogger Keir Ayres said...

hehehe :) Yeah the blue version is definately better, it fits the general cold, barren mood of the riverside more.

10:47 pm, September 01, 2005  
Anonymous Jem said...

Keir probably sat there refreshing your page since I pointed him to your blog John ;)

Great shot - definately prefer the one you've posted to the alternative. Very cool, icy effect :)

10:30 am, September 02, 2005  
Anonymous O b e l i x said...

I prefer this shot, John. Have to get back to IR when my camera comes back :)

5:43 pm, September 02, 2005  
Blogger John said...

cheers guys.

1:12 am, September 03, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

milky sky
muddy earth
sexy photo

3:46 am, September 03, 2005  

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