I went for a stroll around Blackpool's South Shore on Wednesday – down near the South Pier and the Pleasure Beach – and ended up with around six shots that are worth putting up; of which this is one. Interestingly five of the six involve reflections of one sort or another. And I don't know why, but sometimes when I go out shooting I come back with nothing (despite thinking the shots will be ok) and at other times I'm end up with half a dozen decent shots.

As for this shot: it was slightly cropped and rotated a lot, and the figure on the left is my oldest daughter who's staying with us for part of the summer.

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Canon G5
5.34pm on 4/8/04
f4.0
1/640
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50
23.0mm
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