Friday, January 06, 2012

Dramatic Light Over Mumbles

A few shots from a walk along Swansea Bay yesterday morning. There was plenty of cloud, but the sun was continually trying to break through, resulting in some dramatic views across to the Mumbles:





The trees at West Cross provided some interesting compositional possibilities:






Thank you to those who have wasted precious moments of your lives looking at this rubbish, and especially those who have troubled to make a comment.
May you all have a great 2012!

13 comments:

  1. Very nice and very good compositions.....
    good work Jeremy

    greetings, Joop

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  2. Fantastic captured!

    You said something about Radyr, that it was a place in Wales?
    In Norway Radyr or Rådyr/raadyr means Roe deer in English.

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Thanks for the info, Leiv! Yes, Radyr is a place on the edge of Cardiff, Wales's capital city!

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  4. I love such kind of colour of photos, a little bit dark and blur while peaceful and quiet, thanks for sharing

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  5. A beautiful set. Great light and composition.

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  6. I try to answer in english :-)
    Your fucking wonderful rubbish takes me a lot of time. You're a so idiotic great photografer that I very like your blog.
    May you have a great 2012 too.

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  7. Excellent set of photos, coming from Merthyr Tydfil, i can understand the beauty of this area.

    valleysshutterbug.blogspot.com

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  8. Cracking set of Images Jeremy. With regards my Avocet shots they were taken at a place in Essex called Blue House Farm.

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  9. Thanks for your comments.
    Anthony, thanks for the info.
    Shaun, I used to live in Merthyr!
    Angela, thank you for the compliment - I think!

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  10. Very foreboding indeed. Great shots Jeremy.

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