by contrast

By: snowgood

Jul 28 2014

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Category: Photography, work

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Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:100mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

the beautiful “Scallop” mid way between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness has escaped any significant input.

All I’ve done to this early morning shot is straighten out the horizon.

If you want to a portrait of the author/photographer standing in front of this enormous steel shell click the link.

Despite this sculptures obvious beauty it’s divided local opinion, and often been vandalised.

This one is the work of Maggi Hambling, and features a line from a Benjamin Britten composition.

It’s a great work of art, which knocks spots off the Damien Hurst monstrosity atĀ Ilfracombe.

 

 

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