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|This is a different PoV of the beach at Gunwalloe,known as Church Cove,following on from my shot 'Giving thanks...a beautiful world.'|
We are looking down on the cove from the coastal path.
Gunwalloe derives its' name from the Breton missionary saint 'Ste.Winwaloe'.The church that you see in the distance is the church of St. Winwalloe, with its distinctive seperate bell tower.The bell tower stands about three metres away from the main body of the church, cut into the hillside.
The lovely sandy beach faces west.Just behind there is a N.T. car park, toilets and a cafe/shop.
Thanks for looking.
PP:cloned out a piece of concrete from the grass,added contrast +10,rotated to ensure a level horizon,added saturation +5,adjusted highlights in levels,added a touch of red, added borders and resized.
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Great colors, wonderful light!
I do like this pov, with the stretch of fencing in the b/r/h corner acting as an interesting lead. Wouldn't it have been super to have had a boat out to sea, in the opposite corner! Nevertheless, there is a lot to interest the eyes, good sharpness and lots of textural details.
This looks like a fine smuggler's cove!
- [2009-10-15 8:37]
Beautiful landscape picture, Jean!
Very well composed with wonderful natural colors.
TFS and greetings from Netherlands,
- [2009-10-15 9:51]
Excellent landscape. Details superb with some great colors.
Have a quiet evening,
The gate makes an enormous difference to the composition and shot I love the ight and shade on the two headleands I ma just sorry the shot desnt come with the smelll of the sea Thanks for your botanical knowledge and name of my flower today
- [2009-12-08 5:12]
Hello Jean, a very well composed image, the light is beautiful and soft. I love he inclusion of the fence. Good work!