Porthnanven Moment ...

By sut68      
... shortly after this one was taken a big swell caught me slightly off guard and gave the filters a bit of a soaking, then the sun began to dip but the shot was on the memory card and it was time to move to another spot - persistence rewarded [this time] Smile

This shot was taken on the second evening of our stay at Cape Cornwall and in the distance you can make out the distinctive shape of the Brisons on the horizon. Continuing to upload in order taken!!!

Cheers for looking in ... got plenty more from the week to come Grin

Paul

EDIT: My apologies, just noticed I'd put a space in the title whereas it should just be one word - my bad Grin

Tags: Sunset Cornwall Rocks Splash Cape Porthnanven Brisons Landscape and travel Image3

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Comments


pmorgan 9 217 13 England
6 Sep 2011 7:53PM
Tricky exposure - well pulled off!

Rgds
Paul

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BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
6 Sep 2011 7:53PM
Looks even better than on the back of your camera, Paul - and that looked bloody good!! Smile
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
6 Sep 2011 8:02PM
Well, you know how those camera screens never do them justice Bill Wink Grin

Needed a little bit of fettlin' to get rid of the sea spray, flare and lift the shadow detail in the fg a little ... but nothing too strenuous Smile

Ta guys,
Paul
6 Sep 2011 8:13PM
Superb image. Too bad you got wet but so worth it...............Sandy
6 Sep 2011 8:32PM
The odd soaking is a w/a lens, coastal togging hazard I guess, Paul. Worth it for this fine image though. I've concluded btw that the only way to clean salt sprayed filters quickly on location is to use fresh water and one of those e cloths that come in pairs like the granite polishing set. Big cloth smears the water around and lifts off salt, fine weave e cloth polishes it up nicely. Prior to this I wasted a lot of precious eclipse fluid and the like. (This mind bogglingly marginal gem was brought to you by Tynnwrlluniau who needs to get a life Grin )
Alun
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
6 Sep 2011 9:13PM
Cheers Alun, hopefully your comment will go green ... I know it's not necessarily critique, but it's bloody good advice all the same. Am I right in saying that my Showcase in this months DSL Photography is backing your spread???

Thanks guys,
Paul
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
6 Sep 2011 9:23PM
Good tips, Alun!
Just checked it in amazon. There are so many types. Which one is most suitable?
saltireblue Plus
6 5.9k 33 Norway
7 Sep 2011 12:50PM
Brilliant light hitiing the rocks and illumininating the spray, Paul. Fran will have to go some to beta today's effortSmile

Malc
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
7 Sep 2011 12:54PM
Ah, technically this is yesterdays upload Malc and todays will be from a considerably higher elevation ... I think hers was pretty special!!!

Cheers matey,
Paul
EOS_fan 5 27 England
7 Sep 2011 1:36PM
Absolutely stunning Smile

Steve
javam 11 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2011 4:28PM
What a stunner. Only time I have seen light like that recently I have either been on a train or the planes have all stopped flying.
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
7 Sep 2011 6:21PM
T'was a nice evening to be out Neil ... as were a lot of the others SmileSmile

Cheers guys,
Paul
martinl 12 265 2 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2011 1:16PM
Love the golden splash in the middle of the shot.
Smile
sut68 Plus
12 2.0k 76 England
8 Sep 2011 1:25PM
Ta mate, worth the effort to get it then Smile

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