Despite the fact that this looks like a selectively desaturated image, it's actually a reasonably straight shot. I managed to get up to Fleetwood for the last 30 minutes of sun this afternoon and got this one about ten minutes before the sun touched the horizon; i.e. the sand on both sides of the groyne was in shade. And don't say anything unpleasant about this one, as I nearly broke my neck balancing on the top of a two inch wide groyne to get it. Admittedly, I was only about two feet from the ground, but it definitely felt precarious ;-)
Oh, and I may have a couple more that might work out, but haven't had time to process them this evening.
4.23pm on 29/1/06|
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
17mm (27mm equiv.)