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the last hour...

By ijustsnap
This was taken during the last hour of the sunset, the sun was setting behind me with tide just going down. As I walked along the beach I notice this rock formation near shore and wanted to catch the waves going over it, I wonder if this rock was larger 10 years ago. I will have to come back to this location during after fall, because the sun was block by a mountain peak as it got lower to the horizon. Thank you...

Tags: Sunset Landscape General Seascape Ocean Hawaii Landscape and travel

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NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
1 Sep 2008 7:50PM
looks great to me,
Phil

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great shot really well captured
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
2 Sep 2008 3:59AM
Interesting colours. Like the detail but would like to have seen a bit more contrast. John
CathR 9 150 564 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2008 9:55AM
The play of the water and teh soft blurring looks very beautiful in the foreground area. You also have an interesting background with the palm trees, the buildings and the cloud formations. So a lot for the viewer to enjoy. However apart from the palm trees the colours are very light and pastel-like which gives a certain unatural feel to the picture. I am not sure whether this was your intention or not.

Catherine
3 Sep 2008 2:11AM

Quote:The play of the water and teh soft blurring looks very beautiful in the foreground area. You also have an interesting background with the palm trees, the buildings and the cloud formations. So a lot for the viewer to enjoy. However apart from the palm trees the colours are very light and pastel-like which gives a certain unatural feel to the picture. I am not sure whether this was your intention or not.

Catherine



Aloha Catherine, thank you for the critique. I really appreciate it, and it only helps me with my photography. I did try to get the painting feel to it, but i do agree with you on the pastel colors is to unnatural. I try to do little processing (canon software) as possible but I guess the palms and house needs work. Again, thank you for your time. Mahalo, Greg

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