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This is the last shot of the cliffs at Sandymouth Bay and this is certainly the most interesting part of the cliffs, with alternating layers of shale and sandstone.
nice shot, are ther any fossils to be found there???
Love the colours,
Think it's my favourite Julian - seems so "real" somehow and the contrast between the geometric cliff and the rounded pebbles just seems to work.
Fantastic---a good trip!!
Fine lines and textures.
I too like the contrast between the geometric lines of the cliff face and the rounded pebbles, gorgeous colour and textures
Excellent landscape at your feet Julian. Contrasts and colour. Ron.
A first class image - well taken!
excellent image, the PP is very effective
i love the difference you have made to this image, was it with a curves adjustment?
your finished image is beautiful
Ian: I didn't see any fossils - but then I wasn't really looking that hard.
Merille: levels, curves, selective colour and finally a subtle saturation boost.
This has a lovely smoothed feel and a warmth despite the cold grey. And an excellent balanced composition. I don't really know why, but this one works so well. I wish I'd taken it. Shame I can't vote twice.
Great abstract, love the textures and colours.
An excellent abstract. Wonderful colours, tones and textures. It's all there. Would look good on a wall.
lovely colours and patterns - pays to look at the details around you. Must try more of this stuff myself.
. . .tremendous colours again and a certain luminance here also . . .lovely! . .
Thanks Dot, John, Mark & Mike!
Lovely detail, shapes and colours. Wish this could be a 30th click!
I feel ashamed not to have noticed and voted on this exceptional shot before. The exposure, detail, colours and composition are flawless.
I was down at Porth Nanven (a cove on the Cornish coast) a few weeks ago and noticed a few features which I thought then and there you would have loved. I was reminded of your close-up landscape images when I saw them, and so thought I'd have a go at emulating you. (Or is the word imitate ). I may summon up sufficient courage to upload them here, but the curious thing is that one of them shared the features of this particular shot (which I hadn't seen until today) - pebbles collected at the bottom of the frame and a grooved or veined rock surface rising up through the image.
Thanks Helen and Ian!
Just found a December issue of Naturfoto and I have to say, this looks really good in print!
Thanks, Conrad! They did a good job with the reproduction - and an even better job of making something printable out of the German caption I provided....
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