Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
The Toll House, at the south end of Marine Drive, was built in 1900 by Harry W Smith and is now used by HM Coastguard.
Canon Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL Focal length: 50 mm, Aperture: f 7.1, ISO: 200 Exposure time: 1/320 sec
Date/Time Creation: May 28, 2013, 7:46 pm
ImageID:1184085, Image size: 2304 x 3456 pixels
Lovely light on this shot
Another very good set of pics Zbig. Amazing light on this one, late afternoon I suspect
I have seen some exceptional photo's from you Mr. Siwik but I'm surprised with this image that you didn't take on another angle, one that's less used but can take away or limit the usual obstacles strewn around. I'd like to see this photo again in early morning, late evening as the sun disappears, thunder clouds in the distance, different angles etc. Don't get me wrong the photo is good!!
I agree totally with the above comment. It is an interesting structure, well taken technically, but there is so much clutter around it spoils the shot. I have had the same problem myself, seeing an interesting building, but there are cars, vans, and other objects everywhere. Sometimes you can't do anything about it, or as the previous commenter has said, I have tried coming back at a quieter time.
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