The Canal of Broken Dreams
© Photo by Anthony Owen-Jones
Taken10 months ago
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Yesterday we decided to go for a walk along the Colwyn Bay/Rhos on Sea promenade. It's probably my favourite bit of coastline and I'm always inspired to photograph something whilst I'm there. We got a bit lucky as we arrived just after one shower had finished and managed to get 20-30 minutes before a big thunderstorm rolled in and forced everyone back to their cars.
As is apparent from my collection of photos I can't resist the temptation to photograph stairways and walkways and yesterday was no exception. I have photographed this staircase before, though the composition was very different and the end results somewhat unrecognisable from this. Not least because I decided to do something quite different with this. I hope you enjoy.Shot details
Canon 600D (T3i/Kiss X5)
Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 EF-S USM @ 13mm
Lee Big Stopper
61 second exposure @ f11
PSE10 & SEP2500px
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