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    Queensberry Seawall - Direct Positive

    Old seawall on the Bass Coast at Queensferry.
    5x7/100mm Pinhole.
    Ilford Direct Positive paper, with preflash and toned in Selenium 1:10 for 10 minutes
    Image Scan of final print.
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    Last edited by Isis; 08-01-2013 at 08:14 AM. Reason: Queensferry, not Queensberry
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    Like them both. Love to see what's left of what used to be.
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    Queensferry is an interesting spot. Aside from the seawall there are some remains of old Jetties which if you believe the local were burnt down during the war to prevent the Japanese landing. Knowing the bay I think the would of grounded out well before the jetties. The site of the old Queensferry town is also 50 m into the bay. The town was situated behind the mangroves but as the mangroves were removed for profit the wave action took back the beach and effectively wash the town away. The town I think was only 1/2 dozen houses.
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    I like them both too. Looks and sounds like a great place to explore with a camera.
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