Alessio Putzu's picture

Hartland Quay

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August 20, 2015 - 10:19pm

The spectacular cliffs at Hartland Quay with their incredibly contorted rock layers are always worth a visit and at low tide there is plenty of sand, rock pools and rocks to scramble over. In wild weather it is the perfect place to appreciate the power of the sea and wind as the waves crash against the cliffs and shore.

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10 Comments

Roger Myers's picture

very nice shot Alessio

Shyama Prasad Mishra's picture

Great Shot. Love the post processing as well.

Kevin Bobb's picture

This is one spectacular image. Was there more than one filter in use?

Alessio Putzu's picture

Hi there Kevin, yes, I used the big stopper, a GND 0.9 Hard and the Lee landscape polarizer.

Nicu Gutu's picture

This is awesome. I can't imagine how inspired where you on this trip. Is one shot for the whole scene or different shutter speeds for sky and water? Thanks a lot for your great work!

Alessio Putzu's picture

Hi Nicu, I take always single exposures for sunrise and sunset, only for the night sometimes double exposures with a tracking device for the sky.

complimenti alessio per questo scatto fantastico!

Cody Schultz's picture

this is superb :)

Virgílio Costa's picture

This is absolutely beautiful. Amazing work!

Ed Sanford's picture

Well executed