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    Posted: 25 January 2019 at 21:30
Some more from my visit to Palendorp ('pole village') last weekend.
It's an art work in Petten, some 20km from home.
It was my first attempt with some ND filters (graduated, 3 and 10 stop).

It was a beautiful sunny day with a calm sea.
The place invites to go back with wilder weather conditiosn as well.

#1 Entrance to the beach location



#2 Calm sea



#3 Swinging



#4 Good light



#5 Detail



#6 Familyfun at the beach



#7 "Waves"



#8 Close to sunset



#9 Shadows



#10 Sunstars



#11 Beachwalk



#12 Foam



#13 4 in a row



#14 Countless



#15 There he goes



#16 "Skyline"


All with A99ii with 24-70 / 16-15 / 70-400 (details in Exif)

Maybe to much poles ....
Thanks for looking and your patience.


All sorts of feedback more than welcome!

Edited by Fred_S - 26 January 2019 at 20:19
 



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A very interesting art installation you've found Fred and you've used the golden hour very well too. I also think you've used the shadows to good effect. From a very strong set of images which could all be favourites, I think #5 Detail and #14 Countless have a little extra for me. TFS!
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Excellent set Fred. Good light helps, but framing and composition are spot on and enough to make interesting images.
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Fantastic subject that you have worked quite well. #8 is the stand out for me.
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Beautiful art installation, and you've captured it so well in the low angled golden light of sunset.
And using different angles of view, focal lengths and exposure times to provide different perspectives on this most interesting subject.
Many favourites of which ##3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 14 are my stand-outs.


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Another fan of #8 here, followed by #10. TFS Fred .
 



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A very nice set Fred.
I like the long exposures
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great set of images, location seems custom made for photographers
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Great set, well done!
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Thanks all for the kind comments. Indeed a very photogenic place!
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Very nice images Fred, you absolutely made the most out of the location, timing and framing. And I will certenly have a look over there myself, as it is rather close by. Thanks for the tip
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Originally posted by Mito Mito wrote:

Very nice images Fred, you absolutely made the most out of the location, timing and framing. And I will certenly have a look over there myself, as it is rather close by. Thanks for the tip

Thanks Mito and happy shooting! Certainly worth the trip. Looking forward to your shots.

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Impressive collection of poles, Fred ( )

My favorites are #4, #8 and #14. You have used the light very effectively. And it was probably still a bit too sunny to really exhaust the possibilities of your ND filters. A calm sea really helps to get smooth surfaces. Did you combine the 3-stop and the 10-stop?

Great work! TFS!
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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

Impressive collection of poles, Fred ( )


In fact it's an artwork and memorial at the same time. I learned it reflects the church and 10 houses around it from the old village that was washed away by the sea some centuries ago.

Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:


My favorites are #4, #8 and #14. You have used the light very effectively. And it was probably still a bit too sunny to really exhaust the possibilities of your ND filters. A calm sea really helps to get smooth surfaces. Did you combine the 3-stop and the 10-stop?

Great work! TFS!


Thanks Harald. I felt the sea was a bit too calm to get a really smooth surface.
It was so sunny that even with the 10 stop I could use auto focus through the filter. I did not combine those two (only the neutral ones and the graduate for the sky). Even didn't think about that option to be honest LOL.


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