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Bridlington Seaside UK

Postby -Neil- » Sun Mar 08, 2009 7:32 pm

Just a few i took on sunday..

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My missus trying to 'skim' a stone..
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18mm | F/13 | 1/640s | ISO 400

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35mm | F/16 | 1/1000s | ISO 800

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40mm | F/11 | 1/500s | Expo comp + 1 | ISO 800

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32mm | F/9 | 1/320s | Expo comp + 1 | ISO 800

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40mm | F/11 | 1/500s | Expo comp + 1 | ISO 800
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Postby Gordon Laing » Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:21 pm

Nice shots which capture the day!
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Postby Dave16 » Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:53 pm

I used to go to Bridlington often when I was married. With four kids it was about the only place we could afford. My wife was from Yorkshire and loved the place. Best fish & chips in the country in my opinion. Your photos brought back a few memories. Is it still as bloody windy as I remember it?
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Postby BBR » Sun Mar 08, 2009 9:45 pm

my traditional request: exif - especially 4th picture - the best one IMVHO 8)
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Postby -Neil- » Sun Mar 08, 2009 10:58 pm

cheers for comments, info is updated as requested, only on the photos worth the info tho.

And yes, it was very windy, and the seaguls, they are hungry for your chips!
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