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Llandudno Jetty

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 6 April 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

That's the edge of the "Little Orme" headland on the top right.

The photo is a 1.3 second tripod exposure at f16 using a Lee "Big Stopper nd110 on a Nikon 16-35vr lens.

NIKON D700 13/10 second F/16.0 ISO 200 19 mm (35mm equiv.)

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sunstone_maria from California, United States

excellent, love the dark tones and wonderful wonderful composition!

6 Apr 2011 5:07am

Tinx from Kuressaare, Estonia

Wow! Excellent!

6 Apr 2011 5:43am

Hoshisato from Ealing, United Kingdom

Amazing composition, love this kind of vanishing point shots

6 Apr 2011 5:51am

Gérard Beullac from Paris, France

Waoouuuuh. That's a fantastic result. The small sign (? )in the perspective of the jetty has huge importance!

6 Apr 2011 6:08am

Richard from Duns, United Kingdom


6 Apr 2011 6:25am

Andrew from Hartlepool, United Kingdom

Ian, they just get better and better. I am tempted to visit this location when I'm off work in a couple of weeks but only have a couple of days so heading to the Morcombe Bay area. Wales is just a bit too far for only 2 days.

6 Apr 2011 6:25am

Marie LC from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

I am always fooled by your compositions and your black and white. Here, the perspective is magnificent, it is really the very BEAUTIFUL photographic WORK

6 Apr 2011 9:09am

Katherine from Aberystwyth, United Kingdom


6 Apr 2011 9:35am

guillaume from Paris, France

Great !

6 Apr 2011 11:35am

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

Love the perspective, great work as always!

6 Apr 2011 11:48am

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

a jetty for nowhere ! great compo and perspective ! very Michael Kenna's mood ! superb work, Ian !

6 Apr 2011 12:24pm

Ian Smith from London, United Kingdom


6 Apr 2011 12:28pm

Scene by Sharon Photography from Kingston, Ontario, Canada


6 Apr 2011 12:56pm

Babzy from Besançon, France

i love it ! :)

6 Apr 2011 1:02pm

Valérie Simonnet from paris, France


6 Apr 2011 1:27pm

Oleg from Podolsk, Russian Federation

The absence of people supplements the sensation of quiet beauty and total stillness...
Magnificent classical picture!

6 Apr 2011 6:10pm

Daryl Johnson from New Malden, United Kingdom

So precise and symmetric... lovely to contemplate.

6 Apr 2011 9:15pm

Ally from Singapore, Singapore

love the serenity of the photo, plus its in b&w which made it even more moody. and it just look like the kind of photos we find on a postcard!

7 Apr 2011 4:30am

Paolo Agati from Udine, Italy

the road to nowhere... I like it

7 Apr 2011 12:32pm

Hochzeitsfotografie Düsseldorf from Germany

Great shot. I never dare to have such deep, rich blacks in the digital age.

7 Apr 2011 5:10pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

You are the master of long exposures.

8 Apr 2011 12:47am

Christopher from United States

Beautiful shot

8 Apr 2011 2:34am

Marzia from ., Italy

so beautiful.
Your photoblog is so amazing!!

11 Apr 2011 9:10am

13/10 second
ISO 200
19 mm (35mm equiv.)