North East light

© Linda Slater

North East light

Uploaded: September 02, 2004

Description

Boldly painted in red and white hoops, Souter lighthouse opened in 1871 and was the first to use alternating electric current, the most advanced lighthouse technology of its day. Lens(mm)7 F4.5 s/s1/1250 exp comp -0.3 Time 1 49pm. N.E England

Comments

Carol Brill September 03, 2004

Terrific sharp, clear capture of detail and primary colors in this beautifully composed image, Linda! #164993

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic September 04, 2004

This is an excellent image Linda!,
Amalia #756296

Ermanno Radice August 15, 2005

Wonderful image, great lighting, colors!
Fantastic composition, Linda!
Congratulations for your beautiful gallery!! #1720292

Dan E. April 30, 2006

Great color and image Linda! #2708784

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