This is my final shot from my Sunday walk with John and when I first processed it I really liked it. Since then it's occurred to me that it looks remarkably like one of those shots you might find in a Cokin filter catalogue (i.e. a bit clichéd), but I'm still reasonably pleased with it.

If you're interested, I've posted the original here:

.../archives/along_the_waves_trace.php

On a totally unrelated matter: have any of you (with MT blogs) recently experienced a flood of spam comments? At the moment I'm receiving about 50 comments a day that say either 'Great work!' (followed by two url's that fail to resolve) or 'Well done!' (again followed by two meaningless url's). They arrive in batches of three, from different IP addresses.

It's not a major problem, insofar as they're being automatically junked, but it's puzzling because I don't see what anyone has to gain by posting relatively pointless comments with meaningless url's. Anyway, I thought I'd see whether anyone else is experiencing the same thing or whether it's just chromasia that's been singled out for an especially pointless dose of spam.

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