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Back Beach Sunset IV - New Plymouth, NZ

By SteveNZ  
Right between high and low tide (mid tide?) and ventured a little further south along Back Beach this afternoon. The rocks scattered around this area are the remnants of an eruption of Taranaki's (currently dormant) volcano hundreds of years ago.

Two captures - RAW processed in DPP, blended in PSP X2:
ISO100, F/7.1, 2 sec. (sea)
ISO100, F/14, 2 sec. (sky)

Thankyou for previous comments and helpful advice Smile

Tags: Sunset Rocks Cliffs Waves Sand Sea New plymouth Taranaki Volcanic Nz Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Dpp Tasman Backbeach Digital photo professional

Voters: Trout_Man, KevSB, mitchy81 and 24 more


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Comments


Like this one - particularly the rocks and swirly water, and the lovely warm colour in the sky,

Michael

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ireid7 10 11 Scotland
6 May 2010 1:34PM
fantastic image
nice work
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
6 May 2010 1:39PM
Beautiful image with super detail and colours very well done.
saeid
Jalapeno 6 127 2 Iceland
6 May 2010 2:12PM
OOOOO lovely capture!!! very scenic photos...well done. Love the motion of the water....
Richsr Plus
9 90 220 England
6 May 2010 3:51PM
Like the light in this - good comp too.
Regards Richard
Benas 6 1 Poland
6 May 2010 5:04PM
very good shot

Pawel
Nice shot
ripleysalien 9 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
7 May 2010 8:00AM
Nice one, great movement
zapar40 6 66 5 Wales
8 May 2010 1:08PM
a superb image. craking blend too.
11 May 2010 2:31PM
well taken
Cor 7 Belgium
12 May 2010 4:18PM
So impressive! The beauty of nature!
cor

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