rugged outcrops…

A rugged section of the NSW coastline. The offshore showers muted the dawn light and nicely evened out the scene, enabling the amazing water colour to come through. I feel that this image may also work in B&W.

This one is an 8 image stitch with the 5DII and 50mm f/1.4 – I love the sharpness of that lens !

 

‘Rugged coast – NSW’

 

 

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~ by Tony Middleton on January 18, 2011.

18 Responses to “rugged outcrops…”

  1. This image is awesome Tony. Looks like a real wilderness. Lord of the Rings material eh? Great to see you up and running again!
    Cheers
    Dave

  2. That’s a hell of a good photo Tony. I love that style of landscape photography.

  3. Awesome mate, anything south coast I love, nice and sharp, thanks to the 50mm 1.4.

    Cheers,
    Tom

  4. you took this on a 50mm? it looks so wide
    it’s a great photo, love the smoothness of the water

  5. @Chloe, it’s an 8 image stitch hence the wideness…

    Epic photo, Tony.

  6. wow that looks like some amazing coastline Tony, love it. great mood in the image too. lil tit bit, perhaps needed a bit more space above the main pillar?

  7. Your best seascape yet I reckon Tony, like it a lot!

  8. Nice mate, certainly hit the ground running this year…..

  9. What a cracker Tony! The kind of image you see something different every time you look at it. Yep love that 50mm!

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