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Bone Yard
Ian Cameron

Bone Yard

Cove Bay, Moray, Scotland

At the very lowest of low tides at Cove Bay it is possible to see an array of barnacle covered rocks which appear to melt into the sand. They are beautifully sculpted by the tides and large enough to stand on and to me they look like the vertebrae of some enormous and long since extinct creature. It is as the tide returns and fills in the spaces between, that the wonderful rough texture of the stone can be exploited in surreal juxtaposition to the smooth silky flow of tidal water, compliments of a long exposure. Almost got stranded though.

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Pentax 67 II ,55-100 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
Polariser backed off 50%, 0.45ND grad, 6 stop ND, f/16 at 12 Seconds. full exif

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J. S. B.07-Jul-2014 18:38
Stellar. Great image.
Ron LaCroix19-May-2014 11:00
Very sculptural and atmospheric. Splendid!
Sandi Whitteker25-Dec-2013 17:45
What a great place. Beautiful capture.
Markus Grompe13-Nov-2013 02:33
very interesting…
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