CORNWALL 83 – LADDER, ST IVES
February 7, 2016 14 Comments
This ladder descends the towering harbour wall, so that people can reach their boats even when the tide is out and they are far below, resting on the harbour’s sandy floor.
The rungs of the ladder are not visible, these are the handrails: you descend to the beach between them – and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be hanging on to them for dear life!
The bluish tinge to the metal results from the use of CEP4’s Crossbalance filter, which mimics the effect of exposing tungsten artificial light film to daylight. I’ve used it to better show up the metal’s corrosion.
D700 with 70-300 Nikkor at 300mm; 400 ISO; Color Efex Pro 4, including the Crossbalance filter.