- nglen (36145)
- [2009-06-01 12:02]
Hi Paul. You seem to bring us a different picture from the same area . As you say in your notes somthing different for you as well to see the tunnel. I like the light on the rocks. amazing detail and colours. Once again i am not to sure about the water like this it looks to unreal for me. But you know i still like your work very much and await your book. Well done TFS.Nick..
- SelenE (13972)
- [2009-06-01 12:46]
Beautiful scenery... Light, colors, textures and exposure handling are very good.
All the best,
- modernbard (10)
- [2009-06-01 19:48]
This is wonderful, it seems almost like an impossible landscape here on Earth. Love the contrast of the sharp details of the water against the smooth water.
- vmukherjee (1472)
- [2009-06-01 21:13]
Amazing shot!! I love the colours and composition. The flow of the water in the direction of inclination of the rocks look beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
- Mana (18598)
- [2009-06-01 23:17]
Woooow...a majestic presentation of this so beautiful place. Outstanding colours and you have done an expert job here with slow shutter speed. Great view and great image where one's eyes gets fixed. Kudos.
- oldferret (1837)
- [2009-06-02 1:24]
Thanks again for a great shot, I've been to the Lulworth and Kimbridge areas, but never this one. Great colours, focus and dof. Like the slow speed setting giving the sense of everying thing has stopped for a moment. Love it thanks for sharing.
- horia (16656)
- [2009-06-02 6:19]
Did the cliffs change or why do they seem smaller then when i was there? :)
Another wonderful capture from you form the amazing Stair Hole.
The long shutter effect is excellent and creates this lovely contrast between the water and rocks poking out of it.
The gradient in the sky is also beautiful and adds its tough to the overall great exposure.
Wonderful work, as always!
Bravo and TFS
PS: i hope this isn't your last post...as i've heard it could be...
- janhendrik (2392)
- [2009-06-03 3:23]
This is classic landscape photography. You have a small aperture to get everything in focus, also to get the slow shutter speed, resulting in this very pleasant image. Well done.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2009-06-05 5:23]
You have found an amazing place for shooting. Construction from rocks are impressive at highest range. As usual for your works details are razor sharp across the image, freezing of the water is magical. Bravo. Stunning shot.