Foggier, moodier, making me crave something stronger than coffee or tea.
The vastness is well documented here, the harshness has its own beauty !~
7 Dec 2018 5:22am
@Phil Morris: Thank you, Phil. Some of those shards of shoreline look like knife blades stabbing upward.
Wow, beautiful gradient of sharpness through the mist.
7 Dec 2018 8:07am
@Marjolein: Thanks. This was taken with my older DSLR but I purchased a solid all purpose "walking around" lens for the body and it bumped up the limitations of that particular camera.
Another beautiful view and atmosphere !
7 Dec 2018 8:21am
@Anna Cherer: Thanks, my friend. I have been enjoying the framing on your recent images, a lot.
Lovely I can taste the fresh air.
7 Dec 2018 8:26am
@Ana Lúcia: A wonderful comment; thank you !
Un lieu prédominant lors des tempêtes.
7 Dec 2018 8:38am
@Captain Guildive Ajoupa: Thanks for your commentary.
Un beau paysage
7 Dec 2018 9:04am
@Martine Libouton: Merci.
I can see U drinking some Rum with John Long Silver :-)
7 Dec 2018 9:15am
@Jaya: Hell yes.
un bel effet sur cette recherche
7 Dec 2018 9:26am
@Existence Artistique: Merci.
A great look at the fog creeping in from the sea. I like the cliffs in this shot.
7 Dec 2018 10:52am
@Shaun: Fog is one of the myriad "special effects" that we shutter bugs are provided with for free, courtesy of our amazing planet. My thanks, Shaun.
making me crave something stronger than coffee or tea.
Perhaps a dram of mait whiskey :)
Also gentler softening the reality of the battle between sea and rock here
7 Dec 2018 10:54am
@grouser: That dram sounds just right. Cheers !
very nice atmosphere
7 Dec 2018 11:20am
@Hiro: Thanks, Hiro.
By far in far, a landscape which becomes like cotton!
7 Dec 2018 12:59pm
@Gérard Flayol: Cotton with a cold wet spray effect, yes :)
wonderful view and mist here !
7 Dec 2018 2:31pm
@Devi: Thank you, Devi.
Super mood shot. I would want a warm fire somewhere with a view of this.
7 Dec 2018 3:37pm
@B. Thomas: Thanks.
Love the dark mood. I expect to see smugglers.
7 Dec 2018 3:47pm
@Ruthiebear: A very astute intuition on your part, Ruthie, because this shoreline is part of a region named "Smuggler's Cove", with a cave that was used by rum runners in the 1600 and 1799s when the tide was low.
A misty mood that can't quite overcome the dangers lurking in those jagged rocks.
8 Dec 2018 3:37am
Another ravishing image. Maybe the fog blurring the background helps create such depth in these images. It is a pleasure to look at them.
8 Dec 2018 6:44am
such beautiful composition & atmosphere!
8 Dec 2018 8:53am
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