Durdle Door (Reworked)  

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Uploaded: 09/18/09 8:12 PM GMT
Durdle Door (Reworked)
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Thanks to Homtail for letting me rework their image Durdle Door . All the people and boats in the original took away from the beauty of the scene. I also straightened the horizon and darkened the white point a tiny bit.


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09/18/09 8:17 PM GMT
I sent ya an email Tom. You'll understand when you get it. LOL
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09/18/09 8:25 PM GMT
Very nice rework Piner. The changes definitely make the destination appear more pristine and secluded.
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09/18/09 8:33 PM GMT
Very nice, a very worthy picture to begin with, now it looks all the much better. Great job!
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09/19/09 5:23 PM GMT
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09/20/09 3:13 AM GMT
10/10 in the VB just now. Thanks for sharing this special image with the rest of us! Much appreciated!
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09/20/09 5:35 AM GMT
I just like toggling back and forth between these two to make the boats appear and disappear; "Before Godzilla came ashore...and after... before... after.. before... after." Nice rework.

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10/04/09 2:49 PM GMT
Beautiful composition!
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Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder
10/16/09 2:57 AM GMT
I just realized that the music video "Shout" by the band "Tears for Fears" was filmed at Durdle Door.
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