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Welcome to the news.
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Apologies to whomever it was who tried to comment on the 15th of January. I rushed the release of my new site over the Christmas period and hadn't sufficiently tested the comment system. :(
It should be all fixed now.
One of my Flickr contacts posted a shot from here and I chimped! :) I thought the wall was a really interesting shape, so I added this place to the "must visits".
I was going to go a few weeks ago but a sudden attack of lazyitis had me bedridden. This weekend I decided that I was going. The tide would be in, the weather man made a prediction which, as it turned out was wrong but at least it sounded about perfect. So I set my alarm for 5am and headed out at about 5:30am.
I arrived nice an early and was able to start shooting before the big yella fella even hit the horizon.
I also bumped into a couple of Flickerites who had the same idea so that gave us all a chance to chat while shooting which was nice.
Anyhoo, below you'll see the shots in the order they where taken.
I've been really lazy of late, struggling to find the energy for getting out with the camera. I'd meant to go to a different location in the morning but couldn't drag myself out of bed at 5am and this looked to be about as nice a spot as I could get to with little planning.
I packed some bites and headed out to Longniddry.
I spent an hour taking what amounted to 7 shots, of which there are four I thought worth posting. My favourite is probably the last shot of the night.
Unfortunately they all more or less suffer from dirty filters. They got splashed a bit and I didn't do a particularly good job cleaning them :(
Welcome to the new look Verdant Vista website.
It's been, literally, years in the making. Not just a pretty face, the back end (oo er) is a full monty content management system allowing me to easilly change the site content with the minium of fuss!
Even better, I can now keep my Flickr account and main website synchronised much easier using the integrated Flickr uploading.
Updated: Sunday, January 13, 2013
I went to Seacliff to do a comparison between my B+W 110 ND ten stop filter and the Image Averaging technique I'm currently enjoying.
These are all Image Averaged shots except one of the Bass Rock images, which is a B+W 110 ND exposure.