Nanjizal …

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  1. Such beautiful colours and composition Poppy. I love those Zen like rocks and I particularly like that you can see the sand beneath the crystal clear water giving such a lovely range of tones to the images. Excellent work! :-)

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    1. … as you know only too well ChillB the clarity of the waters around the Cornish coast is quite something , and those intense ocean colours …. special … I happily enjoyed studying those Zen like rocks in this little corner of the cove for a good hour or so ! Thank you ChillB x :-)

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  2. Absolutely blissful, Poppy! I’d never even heard of this place. The name is as exotic as Zanzibar :) But oh what a mood you’ve created! And there’s Jude legging it up to Lincoln! :(
    Common sense you say? Sounds familiar :) Thanks for sharing and your always welcome visit. Some day I’ll make it down there. And I won’t need to bring a kettle. :)

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    1. So lovely to hear your reaction Jo and I agree , it IS an exotic sounding name. I think it was that which aroused my curiosity in the first place when I spotted it on the OS map :) I’m sure Cornwall will call you one of these days … but then you do have a great coast up there in Yorkshire and Northumberland ;-)

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    1. Thank you very much ! The coastline of Cornwall is very picturesque , seeking out the more quiet little beaches and coves by walking up and down some steep paths I found to be extremely rewarding :-) Early morning yoga on some of the beaches there would be a wonderful way to start one’s day .

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    1. It was a great week of photography thinking and practice Leanne, I think I’ll be doing it again :-D Making sure I got those all important camera batteries charged up each day was the probably the trickiest part of it all .
      Thanks Leanne , it feels like forever since I’ve been at the right place and time for some long exposure coastal photography. This coming week I’ve another chance so I’ll be making the most of it ! Have a great weekend x

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  3. My, you are a brave woman, Louise. This was a very rewarding experience, your captures are stunning and your writing so fun and inspiring!
    Oh dear, now I’m counting on my buttons if I’d get the Big Stopper as well. Adrian let me have a go with his one and I really like the outcome, but you have created pure magic with your camera and now it is even more tempting. :-)
    Wishing you all a great time in Cornwall,
    Dina

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    1. Oh Dina /Hanne I really do think you should invest in a Big Stopper or even Little Stopper … so many possibilities and creative outcomes with them . I love what I can capture with these filters at the coast. The fact that you are so close to the sea opens up so many opportunities to explore the variety shots with differing times and lighting for some photographs. Do take the plunge I know you won’t regret it :-)

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  4. Louise you took me to a magical place this evening, what a stunning collection of images. The bulky, strong cliffs were perfect as a backdrop not taking anything away from the beautiful sea.

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    1. Thanks so much Mary ! Those cliffs were quite imposing especially when I looked back up to where I’d come from … by footpath of course :-D Its was quite a haul back up there with my rucksac tripod et al . Glad to have taken you there with me Mary :-)

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