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Great willperrett 2015-02-22 2:08

Hello Les

The farthest I've ever sailed up the Tamar is to Weir Quay on the Devon side. Seeing how much the tide goes down here a couple of miles further up, explains why we have never ventured any higher! Nevertheless this is a finely composed image, with the old derrick given due prominence. The sky is well managed, and the pp work is restrained and entirely appropriate to the calm atmosphere of your photograph. Nice one!

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Will

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Old 02-22-2015, 12:38 PM
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Hello Will, thanks for your critique it is appreciated,I should of course made it clear that this shot was taken at low tide and that the Tamar is navigable as far as Calstock and Morwhellham further upstream.
Incidentally over this week end flood warnings have been issued for the adjoining car park due to spring tides!
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