Sunderland Point, Morecambe Bay

Posted by Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 29 June 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

There's a description on yesterday's photo from this beautiful place.

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yz from Hungary

Beautifully composed

29 Jun 2008 7:13am

Ted from South Wales, United Kingdom

Great shot Ian.

29 Jun 2008 7:29am

Marie Le Corre from France

an excellent b & w

29 Jun 2008 8:18am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Excellent work.

29 Jun 2008 8:27am

hugo poon from Hong Kong

Simply beautiful Ian!

29 Jun 2008 10:26am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

I've come to expect the phenomenal ...and you never disappoint, but hey, no pressure ok? lol

29 Jun 2008 11:02am

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

The detail.light and composition are all superlative, Ian.

29 Jun 2008 11:09am

Vincent from Montréal, Canada

Great shot, well composed.

29 Jun 2008 3:28pm

Marcie from United States

An absolute beautiful place and time.

29 Jun 2008 7:32pm

Tilala from Bordeaux, France

I am really fan of your photos ! Great !

29 Jun 2008 7:58pm

Cheryl from Texas, United States

and beautiful it is! you've managed to capture the beauty! awsome image!

30 Jun 2008 12:01am

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Beautiful, serene image. Aren't the clouds lovely? Really well seen.

30 Jun 2008 4:38am

dj.tigersprout from San Bruno, United States

love this marshy landscape -- your compositions are always superb as are your skies... (!!) :P

30 Jun 2008 8:56pm

tom from Frankfurt, Germany

Excellent shot. I like the composition and the B&W

3 Jul 2008 8:42pm

Nikon D40
1/320 second
ISO 200
15 mm (35mm equiv.)

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