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|This is another photo I made a few years ago at the Irish coast. This shows the force of nature. Slowly these clifs will fall apart and surender to the ocean.|
If you want to know where this is, please see one of my other photos on these clifs.
PP: contrast, brightness, saturation. levels and frame
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Very nice capture Niek, great POV on this and its quite a dramatic scene. I wonder is that the Cliffs of Moher or near to that region. Well done.
Hi Niek! I'm trying to make sure I critique all of your photos, especially the ones that haven't received much attention.
This photo is great in my opinion because of the jagged lines that the cliffs make cutting across the picture. They sort of zig-zag their way down the picture, going back and forth. It gives the picture a lot of movement and interest. The texture on the rocks is great also... so hard, cold, and dense... very different from the flowing, misty ocean water. Too bad the rocks all the way on the left side are so dark. I'll do a workshop for this one.. I think it would look awesome in black and white. We'll see!
Wow! This is a dramatic capture, and the contrast between the dark and light parts enhances the feeling...
Must be an interesting place to study the forces of the Atlantic Ocean!