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    Sunrise the first of 2012 and many more to follow , not used my ND10 for a long time

    What will 2012 bring......................New owners @ work for one.

    Need a project for my photography ?

    greggys stuff, 紅襪熊, MV-WW, and 25 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. greggys stuff 28 months ago | reply

      No, just east of worm's head causeway.

    2. Garry - www.visionandimagination.com 28 months ago | reply

      Stunning work, needless to say I love the sky. The rocks are simply awesome mate...what a great start for 2012

    3. greggys stuff 28 months ago | reply

      Yep, about 100yards.

    4. Steve _ C 28 months ago | reply

      :-) Having seen this, I should have got my big Stopper out of the bag.

    5. Ray Bradshaw. 28 months ago | reply

      Great way to start the year , quality shot .

    6. Gemma~A Passionate Photographer 28 months ago | reply

      Excellent long exposure and stunning image.

    7. Robstorm Photography 28 months ago | reply

      What a breathtaking long exposure shot.....This is simply superb.....

    8. Jake Pike 28 months ago | reply

      Great composition and exposure!

    9. brackenb (on a break) 28 months ago | reply

      Fabulous start to the New Year!

    10. cadetlu 28 months ago | reply

      very dynamic sky ; i love the tones and colors of this picture; very good long exposure; beatiful!!

    11. Martin Kühn 28 months ago | reply

      You have done a great job!
      I really love this one!

      Happy New Year!

    12. Timster1973 - back from epic explores 28 months ago | reply

      Nice - glad to see you are friends with your 10 stopper again :)

    13. Lee|Ratters 28 months ago | reply

      Ace Dave - Happy new year!! :o)

    14. barkingduck99 28 months ago | reply

      This would make a stunning print!

    15. Helen Iles 28 months ago | reply

      Woah - fantastic shot!

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