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Dawn Symphony

By hwatt  
Portknockie, Moray, Scotland.

A sunrise of this intensity and colour is a pretty rare thing and I spent the best part of a month planning it. First the sunrise position needed to be close to the rock arch of Bowfiddle rock, secondly I needed a weather window and third I wanted the thrift on the cliff tops to reach full bloom. As luck would have it the sunrise was stunning. The only improvement for me would have been a higher tide to capitalise on the reflective properties of the churning tides and thus minimise the black rock outcrops.

Pentax 67II, 55-100 zoom, 0.75ND grad, f/22 at 4 seconds, Velvia.

Tags: Scotland Cliffs Sunrise Sea Coast Dawn Moray Portknockie Bow fiddle rock Landscape and travel

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astyag 9 12
28 May 2010 1:30PM
So sharp and beautiful, lovely tones and moods, I love what you have done here...

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Sean_Dillon 7 2 2 England
28 May 2010 1:45PM
Stunning colours and a well planned and carried out shoot.
tmann 11 4 2 United States
28 May 2010 2:07PM
superb color on such a lovely scene
As ever your image is fabulous Ian, but there is a need for a good black, maybe it's the scanning?

Paintman Plus
10 1.2k 177 United Kingdom
28 May 2010 5:07PM
Superb colours and scenery. A beautiful seascape.


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