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I can't go past...

Posted by
grouser (Ludlow, United Kingdom) on 29 January 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

.... this viewpoint without taking a picture. The coast path travels above Caswell bay looking down over a couple of near vertical drops and I have to take it every time.

NIKON D70s 1/60 second F/8.0 27 mm (35mm equiv.)

Michael from Shell Village, United Kingdom

And I can understand why... that's a big wide shot with plenty of features, beautiful it is.

29 Jan 2010 5:13am

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

cracking view, its a must

29 Jan 2010 6:29am

Céline from New York City, United States

Very agreable image !

29 Jan 2010 6:46am

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

The people on the beach put this to scale..otherwise it doesn't seem as big. What a lovely shot and nice rocks in the foreground. What a view!

29 Jan 2010 8:11am

Jaap from Friesland, Netherlands

I can imagine, it's a beautiful view that atracts your attention. Excellent shot.

29 Jan 2010 9:29am

Vitor Martins from Lisboa, Portugal

Great image., POV and silver light.

29 Jan 2010 10:45am

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Excellent photography! You've got some exceptional reflexes in the sand. A powerful composition with the foreground of rocks that go down to the sand. A small people that humanize the scene and explain very well the great depths of the cliff.

29 Jan 2010 11:54am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Oh My gosh, you keep on making my heart beat faster, and I can't keep on giving you 10 stats...then again says who? ;) wow

29 Jan 2010 11:57am

k@ from Paris, France

Oh i could not resist either, it's TOO marvelous ! The tiny silhouettes and the shining surfaces ? Yummy !

29 Jan 2010 12:11pm

Marion from Cincinnati, United States

I am not surprised! It is absolutely beautiful! I love it. Is this spot far from your home? I would be there all the time if it is. Wow, I am very jealous! :) great shot!

29 Jan 2010 12:50pm

@Marion: Just about two and a half hours drive, We couldn't be much further from the sea where we live, but we live in a small country. Although to be exact Wales is another country as we live in England :)

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good afternoon Grouser,
the beach view is great. The naturalness of the reflections and colors are well preserved and reproduced brilliantly. <<As to your question about my hedge, I answer: it is a hornbeam hedge. Before, I had drawn a garden with this hedge.>> I wish you a nice day and thank you for your nice comments and fidelity.
Dear greetings Christel

29 Jan 2010 12:52pm

don from spokane, United States

I'm glad you got one-more-shot to share with us. The tiny figures seem essential to help us grasp the immense size of the beach area. The tipped up strata of the rock is very impressive. Fine image.

29 Jan 2010 1:51pm

madagasca from singapore, Singapore

oh my.... what a landscape shot! simply beautiful!

29 Jan 2010 3:33pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Wonderful image . Perfect . Water looks so lovely, so shiny and those little silhouettes are so charming !

29 Jan 2010 4:06pm

Jeff from Pembroke Dock, Wales., United Kingdom

I'm glad to see you putting Marion right about the location mate,if you continue taking such beautifull shots of the Mumbles we might have to appoint you as the official Gower snapper.

29 Jan 2010 4:21pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Wow, those clouds are good. The rocks in the foreground keep grabbing the attention, it's unfortunate that there are such natural beauties plonked on a beach.

29 Jan 2010 6:52pm

dobbino from Cape Town, South Africa

I can absolutely understand your sentiments. This has to be photographed again and again - beautiful scene.

29 Jan 2010 7:39pm

tubby from Singapore, Singapore

wow u must have taken from quite high up.... great composition & reflection of the clouds. beautiful!

29 Jan 2010 10:57pm

Benkirane Thami from Fès, Morocco

Superbe paysage marin!
Bonne fin de semaine lumineuse!

29 Jan 2010 11:44pm

Self-Indulgence from Chicagoland, United States

Those rocky crags down there look like small mountains which gives the effect that you must be really high above. It's a magnificent view, I can't blame you for re-shooting it and often!

30 Jan 2010 2:50am

ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

Lovely blue tones. best...jerry

30 Jan 2010 3:07am

Reno from Madrid-Paris, Spain

All the elements are there to make a very sensitive point of view: people as birds and clouded shadows and a perfect and beautyfull colored contrast. Love this!

30 Jan 2010 7:42am

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

excellent composition with an interesting foreground and a nice wide view opening up behind it! glad that you stopped and took this photo - nice work!

30 Jan 2010 8:38am

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld(old West Wales boy), Germany

I can see why,a fantastic view !!

30 Jan 2010 1:13pm

Bonvilston from Cardiff, United Kingdom

great reflections in the sand here

30 Jan 2010 5:05pm

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

Clarity and tones are exquisite!!! Fabulous

14 Mar 2010 5:59pm

NIKON D70s
1/60 second
F/8.0
27 mm (35mm equiv.)

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