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Alnmouth Harbour
Alnmouth Harbour is located just off the main road on the A1068 main road about 4miles North from Warkworth, and 4 miles South-East of Alnwick. Alnmouth harbour is located at the mouth of the river Aln, the village has been an important trading port in Northumberland's past, mainly involved in the export of grain, and smuggling. Today Alnmouth is a tourist resort and the village boasts the fourth oldest golf course in England, the original course was established in 1869.
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Filename:Alnmouth_Harbour.jpg
Album name:Helen / Helen/ Helen's Album
Keywords:Alnmouth
Camera:Nikon D700
Aperture:f/8
Editing Performed:Shadow highlight, brightness contrast, sharpened in Perfect Photosuite 8 & cropped
ISO:200
File Size:966 KB
Date added:Oct 15, 2014
Dimensions:2000 x 1238 pixels
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Date Time:2014:10:15 21:51:30
DateTime Original:2014:10:07 16:35:06
DateTime digitized:2014:10:07 16:35:06
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Mazda_Man  [Oct 16, 2014 at 09:33 AM]
Hi Helen, here your horizon is slightly out (Scroll the picture up to the top edge of your monitor) and all of your picture is contained within the middle third. A better horizon location here is difficult to ascertain as both the upper and lower thirds do not have an awful lot of subject interest. For me, and I do like Rot, the horizon would perhaps be better on the bottom third with some work done on the sky to make it more dominant. Otherwise perhaps a letterbox format might be the answer.
SteveT  [Oct 16, 2014 at 12:47 PM]
I like it Helen, I think your composition gives a sense of scale to the village making it look very exposed to the elements, my only criticism is the line of lampposts I would clone them out. well seen and taken
George  [Oct 16, 2014 at 05:52 PM]
All above points noted Helen.
For me crop away half of the grass, level the horizon and then crop the horizon till it runs along a top thirds line to give a letterbox format. I may even be tempted to crop out the tree on the right too.
Still a very nice shot though, just needs a bit more editing.
Helen  [Oct 16, 2014 at 08:39 PM]
Thank you all for your comments, I shall take on board what you have said and re edit.