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Windang Wagon Wheel
Lens: 28-200mm Camera: Coolpiox P7700 Photo Location: Surfside ISO: 80 Shutter Speed: 1/15s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: cupic, 03-26-2013, 01:37 AM

Turn of the century there was a time that a jetty existed but now only a few Wagon Wheel are left as a reminder
The Rail line went straight down to the beach where the Jetty was
Far right is the entry to the lake




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Nice slow shutter in what appears to be a bright day - CPL or ND's ?
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The Coolpix P7700 has a in built ND 3 stopper

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Super composition, Ivan. Great colors and the effect of the slow shutter speed is very cool.

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Super composition, Ivan. Great colors and the effect of the slow shutter speed is very cool.

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I agree. A fantastic shot.
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lots to look at in this photo, great color and subject matter
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Like this, what exactly was this wheel used on, for me it's unusual in its design, well seen and taken.

Even got your feet wet, now that's a sign of serious photographer in pursuit of their art.
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Wonderful dramatic image. Love your technique and perspective.

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Really cool image IMO. Looked at it for awhile.
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QuoteOriginally posted by kerrowdown Quote
Like this, what exactly was this wheel used on, for me it's unusual in its design, well seen and taken.

Even got your feet wet, now that's a sign of serious photographer in pursuit of their art.
I believe that the wheel design was used in a wagon loading coal to the boats that were anchored in the jetty area
I didnt get too wet but luck was on my side
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