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Hebridean Storm. Harris.

By ianblanchett
I caught the tail end of Storm Dorian. Strong winds from the south and south west made for tricky photography as it blew sea spray straight towards me (most of the time) and I had to flee (somewhat unsuccessfully) the crashing waves riding up the beach. I was lucky to catch a curling wave coming in and the remains of water (in the foreground) running back. The evening light added some mood to the photo. Polarising filter and Cokin Grad ND2 fitted.

Tags: Waves Seascape Dusk Sea Harris Landscape and travel sea seascape dusk harris

Voters: PaulHolloway, SauliusR, doverpic and 39 more

Comments


23 Sep 2019 7:11PM
Superb.

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23 Sep 2019 7:20PM
Fantastic capture, Dave.
23 Sep 2019 7:20PM
Amazing capture
23 Sep 2019 7:28PM
Beautifully taken.

Lory
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16 6.1k 7 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2019 8:50PM
the cool and warm tones work perfectly as does the impact of the crashing waves, very beautiful
23 Sep 2019 9:12PM
Superb capture.
23 Sep 2019 9:22PM
Wonderful work!
23 Sep 2019 9:46PM
A very stunning shot so full of drama, lovely colours in that angry sky!

Angela😄
bluesandtwos 10 406 1 England
24 Sep 2019 8:03AM
Beautiful!

Dave
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9 9.9k 36 Norway
24 Sep 2019 8:21AM
Dark, moody and surreal.
Well worth getting wet for.Wink
24 Sep 2019 10:45AM
Excellent capture...

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