Looking back towards the main bulk of the island
A wonderful view, like a breath of fresh air....! Good cloud details too.
16 Apr 2009 10:36am
comme un grand bol d'air frais !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
16 Apr 2009 10:49am
There are many and varied opportunities here for such great work, well done
16 Apr 2009 11:31am
A neat palette, and these colors of yours are really a fiesta !
16 Apr 2009 11:32am
16 Apr 2009 11:39am
@P J W Miller: Thanks for the link. Great name for a falls
Another wonderful image from this beautiful area! Your contrast is superb!
16 Apr 2009 11:45am
Absolutely awesome photography, Grouser. Marvellous composition and quality
16 Apr 2009 11:55am
Very sharp composition, Grousie! Beautiful image and location.
16 Apr 2009 12:05pm
Another great image. The composition here is especially excellent.
16 Apr 2009 1:25pm
wow i wish i knew how to make color like you. it's... do i overuse the word?.. beautiful. absolutely.
16 Apr 2009 2:26pm
lovely sharp and colourfull image
16 Apr 2009 4:38pm
magnifique ce paysage, les couleurs sont jolies.
16 Apr 2009 5:17pm
Crisp with lovely contrast. Excellent again!
16 Apr 2009 6:06pm
16 Apr 2009 6:21pm
Very beautiful photograph - Beautiful colors
16 Apr 2009 6:42pm
Awesome shots... I am loving the clouds in this one...
17 Apr 2009 1:12am
17 Apr 2009 1:38am
mangAnto said it right. Beautiful
17 Apr 2009 1:43am
Stunning view beautifully capture!!
17 Apr 2009 3:50am
Grouser, I see that you have many excellent photos here. Many of these scenes are spectacular. I also note that many bloggers comment favorably about your clouds and contrast. If I may make a critique; I feel that some of your clouds are over exposed, thus the large areas of white where the detail is 'burned out'. I realize that to get contrast and light in the darker areas of the image the bright spots may suffer. I try to expose a shot for the brightest parts then use the 'shadows / highlights' adjustment in Photoshop to brighten the dark parts without brightening the light parts. Shooting in RAW mode also gives more exposure adjustment when converting to JPEG or TIFF etc. I am saying this because I think your fantastic coastal shots here could be even better still. If you don't have Photoshop,( it's horribly expensive), there are other alternatives (GIMP is free) with tools to adjust the tonal range. Graduated lens filters (the Cokin brand aren't too expensive) are another way which can be used to reduce the brilliance of skies. I hope you don't mind me saying these things - I could say nothing and everyone would be happy but I think it is wrong not to make an honest comment. I wish I could get more frank criticism for my own photos too. My photos certainly have shortcomings! Best regards ...
17 Apr 2009 4:31am
@gavin hart: Thanks for your thoughtful comments. The point is well made. Will have a play around and see what I can come up with. Don't have the storage space to shoot RAW when I'm travelling though.
wow grouser great shot here!
17 Apr 2009 1:58pm
17 Apr 2009 3:40pm
I like the way the land mass thrusts itself toward the sea. A wonderful coastal shot for its composition and great color.
17 Apr 2009 4:30pm
A great spectacle of rocks and clouds.
17 Apr 2009 7:25pm
Quelle belle lumière.
18 Apr 2009 6:46am
I´m enjoying this whole series I have to say !
18 Apr 2009 4:29pm
beautiful indeed -- these coastal shot are truly spectacular!! regarding gavin's message above -- if you have photoshop, you can still 'tweak' your jpegs... just not as much, but then you can paint in tonality if you really need to!! keep up the faabulous work!! :)
20 Apr 2009 7:26pm
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