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Apologies for not posting yesterday, but I've been wiped out since finishing the book, in addition to which I'm away next week and had quite a lot of stuff to prepare before I go. Hopefully, I'll get something up tomorrow, but I'm travelling for most of the day so may not manage it. If not I should certainly manage to post something on Monday.

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10.58am on 14/3/07
Canon 5D
EF 24-70 f/2.8L USM
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C1 Pro
3x2 + beachcombing
comment by Alvaro at 08:26 PM (GMT) on 17 March, 2007

nice texture, 24-70 + 5D viewfinder its funny combo to play with DOF.

comment by Maarten at 08:33 PM (GMT) on 17 March, 2007

great dof and very pleasing image in regards to texture discovery !

comment by m at 09:20 PM (GMT) on 17 March, 2007

I'm sure I've seen this bucket before ;-)
Have a good trip.

comment by Dave at 12:11 AM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

Classic chromasia, great image and conrats on completing the book!

comment by SFarrell at 12:43 AM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

Love the hint of blue sky. It all jumps out after that.

comment by Jennifer at 08:53 AM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

Is that a euphemism for blotto ?! Goodun :-)

comment by Ryano at 09:29 AM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

Great tones here especially the sky and excellent DOF as always David :)

comment by fabrizio at 10:04 AM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

wonderful gry tones, have you add a gray filter?

comment by Peter Martin Jorgensen at 02:48 PM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

Great shot. The ligting almost looks like studio-light. Nice caption and great use of DOF. Gotta love it :)

comment by Richard Trim at 09:55 PM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

I must make sure I don't mention that ''there is a hole in that bucket''.
Ok I'm getting to grips with the the technical jargon now... interesting use of DOF . Great sharpness with the pebbles in the foreground and I love the battered bucket. I just hope you didn't kick it around David to create the effect. No ... I know you didn't ...laughing.

comment by Andy@PhotoChron at 10:24 PM (GMT) on 18 March, 2007

Your tones are second to none! Awesome.

comment by Reza at 06:29 AM (GMT) on 19 March, 2007

That's a very lovely photo. I like the colors and pov here. Very well done.

comment by djn1 at 07:12 AM (GMT) on 19 March, 2007

Thanks everyone :-)

comment by navin at 09:49 AM (GMT) on 19 March, 2007

Thypical djn shot. Typically brilliant

comment by Justin at 04:49 AM (GMT) on 20 March, 2007

Lovely tones, the hint of green is perfect... Lovely lovely lovely!