Teignmouth Pier.

Posted by Murphys (Thornton Cleveleys, United Kingdom) on 15 November 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

sunstonemaria from California, United States

beautiful light! wonderful place, beautiful and photogenic pier!

15 Nov 2011 5:27am

@sunstonemaria: Thank you Maria.

Ralf Kesper from Attendorn, Germany

Really good!

15 Nov 2011 7:20am

Florence from Paris, France

A beautiful light here, almost metallic... a lovely pier (we do not have such here in France, these one are really gorgeous), and the sand seems to be recovered with mercury (I hope not, it's so toxic) ! :-)

15 Nov 2011 9:44am

@Florence: Thank you Flo, the only thing that was toxic was the air after one of my cameras fell in the sea, its knacked.

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Terrific composition

15 Nov 2011 10:26am

@Look from Nivelles, Belgium

J'aime beaucoup cette avancée audacieuse vers la mer et le ciel, à travers une lumière qui nous aspire.
Amicalement
Jean

15 Nov 2011 11:59am

jay from MUMBAI, India

WoW

15 Nov 2011 1:32pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Superb composition and finishing on this one. I must have been there (we had a caravan nearby in West Bay when I was a kid) but cannot remember the place at all now.

15 Nov 2011 2:57pm

@Curly: Thank you Curly, the only West Bay i know near Teignmouth is in Dorset miles away from here.

clodagh smith from Sacramento, United States

nice BW, like how the sand echoes the sky and the wide angle view

15 Nov 2011 4:19pm

Tom from Stekene, Belgium

Wonderfull

15 Nov 2011 9:04pm

Becky from los angeles, United States

beautiful! Love the silvery-ness of it - and the serenity is palpable.

16 Nov 2011 4:03am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Yeah, that's the place just south of Bridport.

16 Nov 2011 9:58am

Brandon from New York, United States

Superb tones and contrast! How did you process this?

16 Nov 2011 9:29pm

@Brandon: Levels and curves plus a bit of dodge and burn, i also use a ND 3 stop grad filter on the lens.

Nikon D80
1/1000 second
F/4.8
ISO 160
19 mm (35mm equiv.)

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