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Low Water

By brett
Low Water at Middleton On Sea Sussex UK. 1292x1500 image in zip.
Canon EOS30d Sigma 10-20mm @11mm 1/50sec f11 ISO 200

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9 years ago
Comment by: flyairth
Great shot, a wonderful view! clap clap Congratulation
9 years ago
Comment by: brett
Fred and flyairth. Thanks for the comments. Happy
9 years ago
Comment by: etype2
Very nice capture. Happy clap
9 years ago
Comment by: kchristine
Beautiful capture. Booming love
9 years ago
Comment by: mickeblue
Nicely composed... I wonder if the poor sods who built that groin ever realised it would be immortalised? clap clap clap
9 years ago
Comment by: Alfa30
Stunning!
Great capture here... clap
9 years ago
Comment by: brett
etype2, kchristine, mickeblue and Alfa30 tnahks for the comments. Happy

mickeblue I wonder how long ago these groins were put in?
9 years ago
Comment by: Captain America
Awesome shotFun
9 years ago
Comment by: miniman
Very nice photo! Tranquil and unusual Photographer
9 years ago
Comment by: brett
Captain America and miniman. Thanks for taking time to comment. Happy
9 years ago
Comment by: adni18
Another masterpiece from you Brett! Congratulation clap A w a r d
9 years ago
Comment by: Captain America
Congrats with this photo featureclap Great depth with this shot as wellFun
9 years ago
Comment by: teffumi
great capture
9 years ago
Comment by: Richard Mohler
Godd job and congrats! Congratulation clap A w a r d
9 years ago
Comment by: clwoods
Very pretty. A nice angle. Congratulation Booming love Congratulation
9 years ago
Comment by: etype2
Congratulations on your feature. Happy Congratulation clap
9 years ago
Comment by: brett
Thanks again for all the comments and the feature. Happy
9 years ago
Comment by: Alfa30
Congrats!
9 years ago
Comment by: brett
Thanks Artur, Alfa30 and seretta. Happy
9 years ago
Comment by: mickeblue
I wouldn´t like to say for sure Brett. I grew up in Portsmouth and most of the groins ( if that is the correct spelling OhWell ) along the east side of Southsea were Edwardian, but I believe that some of those nearer to Eastney were put in place in the reign of Victoria... mind you most of those were ´very worn groins´ LOL LOL LOL
9 years ago
Comment by: brett
mickeblue I have never really stopped and thought about them. They just seem a natural part of our seascape.
I remember seeing some being replaced many years back. They used a large pile driver to knock them in.

Next time I go I´ll have a proper look and perhaps get some detailed pics.
9 years ago
Comment by: radnor
Wow. Smile


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