We gave the kids the option of the park or the beach this afternoon, and I was pleased that they chose the beach, not least because I didn't fancy photographing the ducks again :)

And beyond that, I don't have a great deal to say about this one other than to tell you that a) it's a shot of Rhowan, wandering about in a very calm sea in her wellies, and b) that it looks much better set against the black theme.

If you're interested (at Gary's request), I've posted the original here:

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On an unrelated matter: if you're a subscriber to our tutorials you have just over 24 hours left to enter our Creative Point of View contest to win a Lensbaby Composer and Optic Kit. Even if you don't plan on entering, you should definitely take a look at the entries in the forum: the quality of many of them is stunning.

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