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St. Annes Pier


Focusing in on the pier and with a touch of desaturation of the HDR version thrown in for good luck.

St. Annes Pier


Focusing in on the pier and with a touch of desaturation of the HDR version thrown in for good luck.

comments (8)

Quite your best ever for me, Les- a lovely bit of work, both at the taking and on the computer. No blown highlights, great contrast, dead sharp and interest in the architecture- what more could one want! smile Get it on your sitting room wall!
Les Auld: Thanks for the accolade David, not much room for it on the wall though.
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 19 Apr 2008, 01:31
Terrific work Les, love the sun on the windows.
Les Auld: Thanks Aussie, appreciate the comment.
  • john
  • 19 Apr 2008, 07:20
Gorgeous photo. all of the above reiterated !!:o)
Les Auld: Thanks John, appreciate the coment.
Lovely capture
Les Auld: Thanks for stopping by, appreciate the comment.
Great shot Les. I have a shot taken about 10 years ago before they enclosed it all. http://digiphotology.shutterchance.com/photoblog/St_Annes_Pier/
Les Auld: For strange reason I never went to St Annes that long ago, just goes to show what I missed. Thanks for the comment.
  • tim
  • united kindom
  • 19 Apr 2008, 17:47
i think David has said it all Les , super stuff indeedsmilesmile
Les Auld: Thanks Tim.
  • mick
  • 23 Apr 2008, 14:58
Great shots of the pier Les.I have never had a go at this one yet.
Les Auld: Maybe one day Mick, thanks for the comment.
Great shot Les, the detail is something amazing and so lucky with the light which you have precessed to good effect.
Les Auld: It was a fine evening Brian, and a bit of HDR work helped with the detail.

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