Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 2 April 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.
This is yesterday's shot without the preset. I like the emerging sunlight and the moon.
Nikon D700 F/8.0 ISO 200 62 mm (35mm equiv.)
This is spectacular with the moon...sort of other-worldly!
2 Apr 2011 5:13am
Fresh and lively. And the shadow falling across the sand gives nice depth. :-)
2 Apr 2011 6:14am
I really like it without the PP. Great shot
2 Apr 2011 6:30am
I prefer yesterday's shot I think, for its colors and also maybe because this one is a bit blurred. But the location itself remains truly remarquable.
2 Apr 2011 9:43am
A fabulous artwork ... a dream look ... A hug friend Jack y muchísimos besos!!!. Feliç fin de semana, Adela
2 Apr 2011 9:44am
Looks great to me
2 Apr 2011 10:44am
The emerging sunlight and the moon make the shot! Well done!
2 Apr 2011 11:00am
Another strong shot of Haystack Rock. I always wonder how many people will wonder out there when the tide is low only to be surprised to find no way back when the tide comes in. Nice post.
2 Apr 2011 3:09pm
The light is wonderful, splendid series. Good day.
2 Apr 2011 5:12pm
You've really brought a unique perspective to this iconic coastal Oregon spot.
2 Apr 2011 5:50pm
love the wispy clouds in the sky.
2 Apr 2011 6:15pm
A glorious capture Jack! ;-)
2 Apr 2011 6:45pm
Fabulous site !!!! And what a light !!!!
2 Apr 2011 6:49pm
Love the moon in the top right....superb processing.
2 Apr 2011 6:56pm
This is beautiful, too!
3 Apr 2011 1:08am
I felt like I was back in Svalbard, where the sea begins to become ice. The foam of the waves of ice chips! The moon forgot the time! It is an impressive and beautiful landscape.
3 Apr 2011 5:18am
Very different from the previous one. I always enjoy your variations.
3 Apr 2011 5:33am
3 Apr 2011 6:13am
So beautiful of a place...must be great ..just waiting on different time of day then take shot after shot...sure is a lovely one here...great light and nice with the moon
6 Apr 2011 6:20pm
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