This is the first of two similar shots of this section of one of the groynes on Fleetwood beach. This one, for me at least, is about composition and texture, whereas tomorrow's (which is taken at a slightly wider angle) is more to do with mood and context. Both are quite flat, but this reflects the conditions at the time – very bright, but uniformly overcast, with the light seeming to hang in the air.

John has also posted a version of this scene too.

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2.21pm on 14/5/06
Canon 20D
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
22mm (35mm equiv.)
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1/640
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-2/3
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100
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C1 Pro
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