Bom dia Jack,
For me this is one of your best pictures.
A short distance achieved between sea and sky and the abyssal depth are your major assets.
- jods (578)
- [2016-03-29 10:30]
Tout simplement sublime, quelle maitrise! félicitations,
- bobsmith (1886)
- [2016-03-29 10:41]
You have a beautiful drive to work. I'm surprised your not late every day. I have to agree with Raimundo, this is one of your best shots. What's not to like? Great dynamic sky with marvelous colours, beautiful crashing waves and nice lighting on the rocks. The blending of sky to sea is seamless. Great shot.
- Hotelcalifornia (106)
- [2016-03-29 13:03]
Beautiful! Excellent! Like the way you have give much space in foreground. Nice technique.
Thanks for showing your work with us
- wackymob (6851)
- [2016-03-29 18:49]
Hi Jack, as the sun starts coming up later we can start thinking about sunrises again...Not easy to drag the boys out in summer when it comes up at 4.20AM... You're boss would be a meany for making you miss this on the way in. Fiona
- Jonathan (13989)
- [2016-03-30 6:29]
A fantastic result with such depth and clarity. The waters movement as opposed to the stationary rocks has created a fine effect. Great camera work. Hope the boss is not on TL.
- periko (2229)
- [2016-03-31 12:58]
The wide angle is great, as well as the silk effect on the water and the impressive sky.
- macgarret1 (1359)
- [2017-03-08 2:55]
"The Sun is God"
A superb seascape Jack. I think you could not have caught the moment better. At 1 second shutter, the enhanced turbulence effect created in the waves is very exiting; "Turneresque"! The cold morning light provides perfect illumination.