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photoblog image The Monster.

The Monster.

30 second exposure. Starr Gate Blackpool a few weeks back, that big old cloud was dropping hail and snow as it rumbled along the horizon.Wet feet now.

The Monster.

30 second exposure. Starr Gate Blackpool a few weeks back, that big old cloud was dropping hail and snow as it rumbled along the horizon.Wet feet now.

comments (8)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 17 Mar 2010, 09:06
An amazing image David
David Johnson: Where's my reply gone, who pinched it????? Cheers |Chris crazy bit of winter weather.
wow..looks surreal!
David Johnson: Every time I come here the light and the beack are different, great place for this kind of shot. Thanks for the comment.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Mar 2010, 10:16
A floating world - impressive David.
David Johnson: It was certainly a solitary monster,you can just make out from the right hand side all the stuff it was hurling back to Earth. wouldn't have been much fun if you were caught out under it.
Only in Blackpool could you get this.The best weather in England.
David Johnson: Ah the Fylde plain, when all around is yack it somehow always seemed to be sunny, maybe that's just the rose coloured spectacles talking, it was so still as well, almost creepy.....
  • alex
  • United States
  • 17 Mar 2010, 13:30
Love how you can barely make out the horizon line. Adds great effect to the large cloud.
David Johnson: It was certainly scraping itself along the horizon, there was one heck of a sunset going on behind it!!!
wonderful shot David,top notchsmile
David Johnson: Cheers Tim, 3 hours in the sunshine by the sea, could hardly believe it, did end up with wet feet and a craving for a chip barm.
Unique Lovely shot
David Johnson: Thankyou,great beach and weird weather.
I thought it was a battle ship. Must be quite exceiting not knowing what the image is going to turn out like.
David Johnson: Aye, you have to shut off the viewfinder as well to stop any light bleed through the prism, lots of guesswork involved with the hand held stuff.

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shutterspeed 30s
aperture f/16.0
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 20.0mm
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