Tenby Point jetty remnants
Tenby Point is a coastal village sitting on the eastern side of Western Port Bay, about half way between Grantville and Corinella. The jetty remnants are best visited near high tide when water surrounds the base of the posts. When the tide recedes here it goes WAY out leaving the posts sitting in an unattractive bed of mud.
Tech stuff for the image below – 260 secs at f/13, ND400 + ND8 filters.
Tech stuff for the image below – 205 secs at f/14, ND400 + ND8 filters.
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Very striking shots, Jim. I like the high key treatment and the second shot equally. And clearly good to catch the stumps with some tide.
May 3, 2016 at 1:21 am
May 3, 2016 at 6:36 am