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redstag 10 100 15 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 6:13PM
Love the way the cove looks, beautifully processed.

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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
30 May 2012 6:14PM
Wonderful capture,well done,
tmann 11 4 2 United States
30 May 2012 6:32PM
wow, superb view and perfect capture (shutter sppeed set)
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
30 May 2012 6:37PM
What can I say but wonderful!
Anna_W 4 1 2 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 6:38PM
Beautifully done - I love the way the light is catching the thrift in the foreground and the detail and colours are first class.
zapar40 6 66 5 Wales
30 May 2012 6:52PM
the 30 seconds has made that water stand out beautifully, as do the stacks, stunning capture.
DarylH 6 42 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 6:55PM
Works well for me

30 May 2012 6:55PM
Nowt negative to say about this one mate. Superb in all aspects, especially the composition.
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
30 May 2012 7:10PM
Good foreground frame which runs into the beautifully red coloured cliff. The bay has a great shape with the stacks diagonally across the entrance. Smooth water but with some lovely swirls. The far headland is a bit dark and the horizon is a bit too close to the cliff tops.

Those were my immediate thoughts as I viewed the image, Alun, but it was the horizon that was my main concern. Having said that it is still a very good image, just not your perfection...... honest opinion.

andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 7:11PM
fantastic light alun brilliant colours and detail top draw mate nice one Wink
30 May 2012 7:35PM
Very beautiful Alun.

30 May 2012 7:55PM
Thanks a lot. Pleased you like it.
Dave - yep, those points and the lack of cloud. The horizon at the same level as the cliff tops was what irked me most - an inevitable consequence of squatting so low to avoid tripod shake in the high wind. Thanks
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
30 May 2012 8:49PM
What kore can one add after reading Dave's assessment, which is always so observant......may I just echo all he had said.
angej 11 477 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 9:32PM
Nice shot Alun just a shame that the top of the cliffs are in direct line with horizon. I think it might have been a better shot had u managed to get the cliffs breaking the horizon. Hope u don't mind me sayingSmile)
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
31 May 2012 7:09AM
Good work given the condiftions Alun
Strong wind and close tot he edge of a drop makes the composition believable. A better place for the horizon would have made this work better, but the wind I suppose was the real culprit.

Beautiful image Alun

2 Jun 2012 3:15PM
Thanks Ronnie, Ange, Richard, Dougie and Chris - much appreciated. Welconme back, Chris!
11 Jun 2012 12:16AM
What a lovely place.
J_Tom 6 2 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2012 9:33AM
Great spot well done Wink
Morgs 8 20 62 Wales
24 Jul 2012 4:29PM
I haven't got an issue with the composition. I wouldn't worry about it too much!!! The stacks are IMO difficult to shoot from this particular viewpoint. I've never come away from here with the perfect shot. The location will always play havoc with the horizon!! Lovely colors and wonderfully sharp.

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