Dennis Wagoner 20/08/2015 I can see why it is one of your favorites. Are you on an elevation in the first shot? Reply
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I can see why it is one of your favorites. Are you on an elevation in the first shot?
Thanks….standing on the same level as the rocks, but with my tripod set quite high.
It’s always surprising when a small change makes a big difference in the perspective. I like the angles in that picture.
Great captures!! You are lucky to know such a beautiful place 🙂
Thanks…..if I turned the camera in the opposite direction then you wouldn’t think it was quite so beautiful 😉
Beautifully done Mark!
You know what Mark? Your images seem to be getting better and better. These are lovely!
Thanks Laura….lovely subject and decent light….you can’t really go wrong 😊
You’re welcome. 🙂
Thanks Rona 😊
C.est splendide !😀
Beautiful shots Mark!
Cheers Charley 😊
I think if that was near me it would also be one of my favourite places to take photos too. Wow, it is amazing. I’m so jealous.
Thanks Leanne 😊
Ditto to what Leanne said. Looks like an amazing scene (for both walking and photography).
Yes there is a lovely long beach and coastal walk. Can be a bit chilly when the wind blows off Liverpool Bay and the Irish Sea, but nice all the same.
Gorgeous landscapes, Mark. What a spot! Love the foreground in the first shot.
Thanks….yes those seaweed covered rocks are great for foreground interest 😊
The landscape help you to do great photos but I think you can give it an amazing touch!
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What an inspiration place to be able to photograph. I like these shots very much Mark
Thanks Lynne 😊
oh these pics are amazing. woow!!
Thank you very much
Great pictures, Mark!
Cheers Geert 😊