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    Default She sells sea shells in the wind

    Below are three photos of shells at the beach at Mt Maunganui. They were taken last month during that little windy period you had (i.e. all of our holiday). We believe the wind did us a favour though with these photos.













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    Nice shots, I like the light and composition of all three.

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    #1 is magic! Looks like its rolling through the sand... well done :-)
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    All are good pics but the first with the ligting and framing is just spot on.
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    they're gorgeous, I particularly like the first one, the light is stunning.

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    cool light and textures, I like them all but something about that wave like sand form under #3 that I like the most

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    Thank you all for your comments. The sunrise was pretty poor, but the early morning light on the shells made getting up early worthwhile. The funny things was I didn't even give them a second thought to well after we were back in Aus and then when we looked at them we were pleasantly surprised.
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    Very nice set, nicely framed small details of the beach at the Mount! The wind sculpting the sand is lovely.

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