Photographer's Note

Took this photo on an 18 mile walk on the South Downs Way with my husband last spring which was a fantastic and beautiful place. This is just past Beachy Head Lighthouse. We were completely taken aback by the amount of elevation we did that day - not so much up, but up and down like a rollercoaster all along this coastline. Even our dog Guinness was exhausted by the end of this one and that's hard to do! This gentleman was walking in front of us and in a minute, completely disappeared in the dip. He must have been a local out for a walk in his 'backyard' as he had a sportcoat and proper walking stick - true English style! And gives the image a bit of perspective I hope!

For more images of our walk that day click here.

Tech Note: Slightly adjusted contrast and rotated left 0.3 - horizon and land in foreground just don't seem to be parallel to me. Also trying the outer frame for the first time - would like to give my images a bit of a different look but I just can't quite seem to figure out these borders in Photoshop (I only have Elements 2.0). I know it must be easy but my layers get all messed up! And would love to know how to save an 'action' so as to be able to do it once and then apply to future images. Any tips would be appreciated!

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