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|a shadow posed against the mixed rocks making up the Torre de Fornells. I hsrpened the image quite considerably to bring out the rock textures before adding some more texture (flowers) and sharpening again to try and get a drawn/painted feel |
La Torre de Fornells, situada en la costa norte menorquina, es una de las torres de defensa más grandes de la isla y fue construida durante la época inglesa, entre entre 1801 y 1802, con el objetivo de vigilar y proteger la entrada del puerto de Fornells. Por ello se encuentra situada en un punto elevado con unas excelentes vistas y su forma es reforzada, como si se tratara de un pequeño castillo inexpugnable.
The Tower of Fornells, located on the north coast of Menorca, is one of the largest defense towers on the island and was built during the British era, between 1801 and 1802, with the aim to monitor and protect the entrance to Port Fornells. Why is situated on a high point with excellent views and its shape is enhanced, as if it were a small castle impregnable.
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It's a good idea of capturing the shadow. Just curious, why did you set 1/200 sec and HPP?
Lovely texture of the wall.
A great idea ! I like the contrast and texture here.
Good pov and vertical format is well thought.