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Old Jul 12, 2007, 4:07 AM   #1
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View of Harland Hotel from the top of the cliffs: the bar is known as the "wreckers retreat" after the nefareous folks who used to inhabit these parts:
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Old Jul 12, 2007, 4:53 AM   #2
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Nice composed shot, looks like a nice place
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I love placeswhere the green and the blue come together! Very well composed and exposed as hercules also pointed outBtw, I see some artefacts and some sort of process on the coast, maybe the remainings from the wreckers or takers(?)
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I love placeswhere the green and the blue come together! Very well composed and exposed as hercules also pointed outBtw, I see some artefacts and some sort of process on the coast, maybe the remainings from the wreckers or takers(?)
Thanks for the comments Bahadir. I'm not sure what artifacts you're refering to though?

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John,

Great picture with very unusual concave lines, gives a japanese (rounded downwards) feel to it

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Nice scene from a high vantage point......................musket
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I love placeswhere the green and the blue come together! Very well composed and exposed as hercules also pointed outBtw, I see some artefacts and some sort of process on the coast, maybe the remainings from the wreckers or takers(?)
Thanks for the comments Bahadir. I'm not sure what artifacts you're refering to though?

John.
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I love placeswhere the green and the blue come together! Very well composed and exposed as hercules also pointed outBtw, I see some artefacts and some sort of process on the coast, maybe the remainings from the wreckers or takers(?)
Thanks for the comments Bahadir. I'm not sure what artifacts you're refering to though?

John.
This was the first pic.I observed fromyour Hartland series. After having observed your other shots I gathered that they are the unusual rock formations typcal of the location ; ) Oh! yourphotographsalso made mesearch further on the internet :

http://www.thenorthdevonfocus.co.uk/...kFormation.htm

For example!




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I love placeswhere the green and the blue come together! Very well composed and exposed as hercules also pointed outBtw, I see some artefacts and some sort of process on the coast, maybe the remainings from the wreckers or takers(?)
Thanks for the comments Bahadir. I'm not sure what artifacts you're refering to though?

John.
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I love placeswhere the green and the blue come together! Very well composed and exposed as hercules also pointed outBtw, I see some artefacts and some sort of process on the coast, maybe the remainings from the wreckers or takers(?)
Thanks for the comments Bahadir. I'm not sure what artifacts you're refering to though?

John.
This was the first pic.I observed fromyour Hartland series. After having observed your other shots I gathered that they are the unusual rock formations typcal of the location ; ) Oh! yourphotographsalso made mesearch further on the internet :

http://www.thenorthdevonfocus.co.uk/...kFormation.htm

For example!



Yep the rock formations along that coast are pretty impressive, unfortunately the lighting/weather was far from impresssive that week - I was there the same time that most of central England was disappearing under water - fortunately it wasn't that bad downthis end of the country! John.



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