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Seaburn Lighthouse

Posted by
Andrew Atkinson (Hartlepool, United Kingdom) on 20 November 2011 in Architecture and Portfolio.

I have tried to photograph this lighthouse for a number of years without any real joy until now. I'm really pleased with this image and feel that I have finally captured it well.

NIKON D700 1042/5 second F/16.0 ISO 200 45 mm (35mm equiv.)

Hi All, Welcome to my photoblog. Please feel free to add a comment. If you like my work you can also have a look at Andrew Atkinson Photography.

Thanks for looking


Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

It's got a lot more imapct at this larger size compared to the Flickr version Andrew but I think my favourite is the newest b&w version you posted there.

22 Nov 2011 7:13pm

Andrew from Hartlepool, United Kingdom

@ Ian, Thanks. I probably agree with you regarding the last B&W image. I do find it interesting how the image has evolved and feel that my photography skills are heading in the right direction

24 Nov 2011 8:10am

Tinx from Kuressaare, Estonia

Great image!

25 Nov 2011 8:15pm

@Tinx: @Tinx, Thanks

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Welcome to AM3 Andrew, it will be good to see some more north east images in here.
I like your long exposure which has not lost out in the colour stakes.

27 Nov 2011 1:48pm

sunstonemaria from California, United States

Beautiful delicate colors, great details, wonderful LE! And yes, welcome to AM3 Andrew!!!

30 Nov 2011 7:18am

@sunstonemaria: Thanks for your kind words.

1042/5 second
ISO 200
45 mm (35mm equiv.)