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An oldie lurking on the hard drive from Nash Point back in 2008
Many thanks for looking
beautiful scene Mari, lovely light on the horizon and superb water,... that showing me how its done.
Well I'm glad it un-lurked, beautiful image.
Every piece of this image gels together so well. The light on the cliffs is sublime. Gotta be a UA for this
Ooh I only nipped out to the shop, how fantastic... thanks all and to Lesley and Bruff.... very much appreciated
An excellent breach scene and sunset, Mari, with a most extraordinary structure to these f/g rocks, some a bit like a crazy paving.
Thanks Ronnie... the rock strata down there is so amazing and diverse... and some of it does look like it's manmade... a treasure to photograph at any time
Ah yes, I remember, so beautiful.
stunning color and scene - nice use of shutter speed to make this better!
Quote: An oldie lurking
Now now, don't be so hard on yourself mate, you ain't as old as me
Cracking work Mari
Gorgeous image Mari!
Thank you folks
We're both spring chickens really Ade
An absolute joy to view. Truly superb.
I have to say this is just superb, Like a prehistoric landscape. Paul
Many thanks Ian... much appreciated
And Chris... what can I say... very humbled to have your UA Thank you ...
edit... thanks Paul, didn't see your comment when I posted... its such an amazing place for landscape photos.. i've been going there for at least 15 years with my camera and much longer before that, and it always looks different every time
WOW! WOW! WOW! I am speechless, as I cannot find a word to match!
Thanks so much Nonur.. for your UA... very much appreciated
Just spotted yours too Nikki, thank you so much
Mari have my award too, it's just... Well it's just!
Sarah.. thanks so much to you too, really appreciated x
FG rocks lead you in and everything else directs you towards that magnificent sea and sky. From the images of Nash Point I've seen the rocks on the ground are the best feature rather than the cliff. This is one of the best images of that area I've seen and I love that it you chose to ignore the iconic cliff and face out to sea. Your shutter speed is great for capturing energy and movement in the water. The layers of rock add depth as well as direction. It's terrific!
Like that evening light and Mari, good one to find
You do the seashore better than most people Mari, a magical sight to see as the sun goes down over the waves and cliffs.
Thanks Al, Richard and Dougie for your comments I'm not sure about that Dougie, but thanks for your lovely words
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