I went up to Fleetwood today – no change there – but instead of going to the beach I took a walk along the river Wyre with one of Fleetwood's local photographers, Alistair Parker. Alistair has a few websites, including:

http://www.digiphotology.co.uk
http://www.photology.co.uk
http://torshovblog.blogspot.com

Anyway, back to this shot ...

It's the first of several shots of the wrecked boats that are abandoned along the western bank of the river Wyre. I'm not sure I'll be putting any more up from today's shoot (as I haven't had time to process them yet), but if not, I'll certainly be visiting them again.

As you'll probably be able to tell, this is an HDR, though unlike my recent HDR shots, which have been processed from a single RAW file, this one uses four RAW files, each a stop apart. From what I can remember they were all shot at f/8.0 and the exposure times ranged from 1/50 to 1/400. All were shot at a focal length of 17mm.

Oh, and just in case it's not obvious, I really like this one :-)

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