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Old image of Aberystwyth Jetty which I've re-worked making sure I've not blown any highlights and have shadow detail in the shadows.
8 minute exposure (with 10 stop filter)
For Izzy ;o)
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Taken this evening in Aber - nice change from taking pictures of Starlings in my Village in Shropshire
After the light had gone off the pier at Tan y Bwlch I went round to the jetty on north beach.
I converted this to black and white and added a split tone.
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Greetings my friends. Wishing you a happy Monday and a great week ahead. Have fun and take care
ND8 graduated filter plus a little tinkering in Lightroom2, finished off in Photoshop. Well it just has to be done sometimes, dosen't it?
(Explore #6 ~ 19.11.08)
Lovely summer weather with blue skys and an empty beach - ideal to enjoy the sun and a mild breeze at Aberystwyth's Sea Promenade
Aberystwyth Pier, built in 1864 was once some 242 metres long but time and marine storms are the reason that it has been reduced to 90 metres.
Aberystwyth (Ceredigion) / Wales
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200
Dedicated to C.F. (ILYWAMHASAM)
This was taken back in January while Aber was taking an absolute battering from the elements.
I got fairly wet taking this but luckily i got the camera sheltered before that big wave on the right hit me.
Seeing that the sky showed promise that a great sunset might unfold I made my way down Constitution Hill (previous photo) to this location. After making it (just) I fired a couple of shots before the colours died. This was the first night of a weeks long holiday and feel I might need the rest of the week to relax after the long journey down here and the exercise that followed :-)
Colorful houses in this holiday resort and administrative centre of the west coast of Wales. It is also home to the University of Wales Aberystwyth and the National Library.
A selection of shots from the starling roost on Aberystwyth Pier
not often, but sometimes.
24133 stands at Aberystwyth on 26th February 1975 with the York mail
37427 'Bont-y-Bermo'. Aberystwyth 9th August 1987. I have recorded this as a Sunday train from Aberystwyth to London Euston?
I know some of you don't like these shots, but I have to try everything!!! If I know it can be done (with a camera) I want to give it a go!!!
Starting with one of the most prominent roofs in the town, the visitors centre and cafe at the top of Constitution Hill. The separate red roof to the left is the upper station of the funicular railway, which runs from the end of the promenade.
I don't think i could ever get bored of taking photo's of the sea, especially when there's great weather and a lovely sunset!