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Old 06-14-2010   #41
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Whitby, that's the abbey church, it was at the base of that cliff that Dracula's ship was wrecked in Bram Stoker's book

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Whitby, that's the abbey church, it was at the base of that cliff that Dracula's ship was wrecked in Bram Stoker's book

oh i LOVE this....wish I could Live there
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Not my intention at the time, but looking at this one again I think it's got a bit of a Martin Parr thing going for it.
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Bexhill again - the thing I like about this one is that it's all about the textures.

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Deal, and HP5+ must have been the only B&W film I had on me as there's no reason to use something like that on a real sunny day!

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Great 3D effect in the second shot - what lens was that?
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Storng currents in a sea of grass, right? Nice signage irony, Michael.
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Thanks Paul.
As you may have gathered the sea goes out a fair way at low tide on this part of the coast.
I forgot to add to my post that I find your pic very atmospheric.
I wonder what`s around that bend.
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