- Vinster (789)
- [2008-09-21 10:28]
It was a very good weekend indeed! I had a lovely walk near St Catherine's Hill this morning which provided plenty of subject matter.
This shot captures the beauty of the day very well - I like the wispy clouds, and the light on the water is well exposed.
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2008-09-21 10:34]
Unfortunately the weather in Poland is not so good as in Britain ;-) I envy you the beautiful blue sky and great light. Another nicely composed landscape in your gallery
- nglen (36145)
- [2008-09-21 10:36]
Hi Paul. You have made the most of the good weather . This is area i have not been to I wonder how it got its name. Once again you have used the camera and lens combo to thier best. Good lighting giving rich colours. Good work with the white rocks . wel ldone TFS.
This is a fine view of Butter Rock...It seems to me that the 40d has fallen into very intuitive hands as the results show here...
All the Best
- gezimania (70)
- [2008-09-21 10:58]
The depth is excellent, the light management and the superb colours makes this scenery attractive, very well done
- Heaven (7912)
- [2008-09-21 11:59]
I see that you have taken full advantage of the fine weather. Your picture is marvellous, and that beautiful Butter Rock seems to be more resistant than butter... The colours are superb and I'm glad to re-discover a more natural PaulH...
- boadella (655)
- [2008-09-21 12:16]
muy buena imagen en composición,luz y color,paisaje muy atractivo.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2008-09-21 15:03]
realmente bello tu trabajo,
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2008-09-21 21:03]
(the landsacpe specialist)
in this shot the composition is very nice including many layers, the details of the rock and the beach is very nice, the natural sunlight looks beautiful, well saturated colors, the reflection of the blue sky on the ocean makes it even better,
well done as you always do,
tfs & regards
- Adanac (21378)
- [2008-09-21 21:25]
Masterful work as always with your seascapes, I truly wish I had your talents when I was on the coast. But I will give it another go in the near future. Till then I amire your work all the more.
- soccer (2557)
- [2008-09-21 23:02]
Very well composed pic. I olike the positioning of the rock and the detail in the FG.
Great pov with excellent detail and superb colour. Is this just to the west of Durdle Door? (is that it in the BG?) As I read this I remember I need to buy Practical Photographer, as you recommended.
- rcrick (68)
- [2008-09-22 4:56]
Excellent work mate, love the textures and the layers you've captured in this image, d.o.f and detail is just stunning, perfect sky, and as for that pinnacle just awesome, beautiful light too, is that the same cliff you’re standing on in your bio pic! Hells bells mate a wee bit close to the edge? I get kiddy just lookin at thaat :)
all the best, Rick :)
- anel (40574)
- [2008-09-22 5:41]
This s a very fine composition, a beautiful sight on this exceptionnal sea-sight. You have found the perfect spot to take the picture from. I also like the profound calm and the beautiful light that this pictures conveys. Feels so well.
Thanks so much
- NinaM (4077)
- [2008-09-22 5:51]
What a wonderful view of this coast, Paul, and as usual, your composition is superb. I like the play with the two rocks, the "small" one in the foreground and the tall one in the background. The perspective changes the size of both rocks. The colours are beautiful and the eye follows the shore like taking a walk, Thanks again!
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-09-22 6:08]
Here is one where the light really did the work for you! And of course the focal point is towards the almost phallic appearing rock...If it were me, I would have liked to climb that rock and shoot downwards to the horizon...NOT! well perhaps for a real climber and perhaps swimmer with wetsuit...and waterproof gear..You really have a wonderful album treasure of seascapes!
- SelenE (13972)
- [2008-09-22 7:16]
Beautiful sescape photo. Exposure control, POV, composition, colors and the scenery look so good. TFS
All the best,
- jrobertop (544)
- [2008-09-22 8:35]
A wonderful landscape!
Excellent perpective and chromatism.
Spectacular depth of field.
Thanks for sharing this beauty!
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-09-22 8:36]
This wonderful shot gives me a definite feeling of late summer with a bright blue sky and fresh air. Excellent POV and a well balanced composition in lovely colours.
Many thanks and cheers, Ulla
- gracious (13068)
- [2008-09-22 11:01]
I loved the beautiful lighting across this beautiful coast especially that falls on the Butter Rock!
great pov with depth in good sharpness, nice colour and details
p/s I was out with a British friend Jim in the coast on sunday, and he let me try on his Cokin Grad with his Nikon D80, and I noticed the nice effect on this beautiful shot of yours!
- cicindela (9226)
- [2008-09-22 13:05]
As Krzysztof noted, in Lodz this weekend was not so sunny (really all 48 hours was raining). No chance for field trip with camera. And I can see that the climat is really changing, as there is no "English weather" seen on your photo ;)
Very nice composition with lovely rocks and very blue (with no clouds!) sky!
TFS and have a nice and sunny week!
- gannu (14759)
- [2008-09-22 22:06]
Hello Paul, Superb shot and amazing view. The shot is brilliant with excellent lighting. Ganesh
- erve (620)
- [2008-09-23 0:49]
Very nicely saturated colours and excellent composition, with visual interest in the foreground and background. I really like the colour and detail of the sea where the light has hit it.
Hi again, mate
I've been busy learning these days (i have a big exam on Thursday, for my PhD) and apparently i've missed this one...sorry.
A very nice vertical composition here with this butter rock as an excellent focal point. The FG elements are really strong here and attract a lot of attention, but i'm afraid that the darkness in the very bottom doesn't help...sorry if i'm too forward (probably from too much reading :p). Anyway, i know that you didn't have any choice in these conditions, but i really think a great shot can come out of this POV if you go a bit sooner (or later for that matter) and avoid that partial shadow.
Anyway, the rest is terrific and i really like the strong contrast between the bright limestone and the deep blue sky.
Bravo and TFS