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Petrel Cove
South Australia

This is another image taken from Petrel Cove on a beautiful humid and sultry Christmas dawn. To welcome in the new year. I thought I'd post something vibrant :) Thank you to everyone here who has continued to support by viewing and commenting on my work. It has been a real pleasure and great to know that these morning trips on weekends have been providing a source of pleasure to someone other than myself !

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Dunstanburgh, North England
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This pool in Dor Beach, Israel, was elevated about 2 meters above sea level. I have no idea how the water got there, but it made a hell of a foreground :)

200sec @f/8, ISO100.

Canon 60D
Canon 10-22mm
Lee Big Stopper
Singh-Ray reverse GND
Heliopan 105mm CPL

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Dunstanburgh Castle
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Scotland...
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Location: Oxroad Bay, SE Coast, Scotland near North Berwick
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North Berwick in Scotland, weather was damn bad! but I never give up!
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Buachaille Etive Mor, Highlands, Scotland.
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Taking a different way to the waters edge, my timing was perfect. I was able to get a few shots just when the colors were at their peak. The warm colors made the water look deceivingly warm, but I wasn't about to test it.

I focused on this rock under the water, allowing my nd grad to subdue the sky while maintaining the reflection.

On a side note, the colors were so vibrant, I actually reduced the saturation and vibrancy. Quite a bit might I add.

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Roy's Peak
Wanaka Area

The walk up to Mount Roy from Lake Wanaka takes you more than 1km straight up along a 4WD track initially, then a steep and narrow ridgeline. The weather was very kind that evening for the walk down after dusk but well worth the view, the blisters and the takeout dinner afterward ! Lake Wanaka meanders off into the distance framed by the town of Wanaka on the right and Mount Aspiring National Park on the left. One of many memorable moments from our now distaant trip to New Zealand in May.

The video of our trip at a dizzying pace here:
New Zealand Photoreel

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