A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
The cliffs look so dramatic in monochrome!
Great details, I liked a lot the composition of the second shot!You are so talented my friend!Well doneLéia
Great shot ! As for the golf ball, well that probably was not such a great shot. LOL
Makes me think of fossils.
Super monochrome.I had to enlarge the 2nd photo to spot the thing that does not belong. Someone will have a tricky shot getting out of there!
You sure pick the spots. Breathtaking shot. Just beautiful.
Very nice monochrome. Beach and water scenes are made for b+w. How'd that golf ball get there?
The B&W gives the shot a timeless feel. The first one I mean. The second...well, someone's aim is a little off.
I love B & W landscapes - nice pics.
I am 99% certain I have a photo of me holding up a starfish at this very place....much look it up.I have to type 'flottsi' for my word verification; reminds me of flotsam and jetsam.
Lovely in BW
yahoo! Trash TuesdayLove these two images together as a diptych. The first photo makes you aware of how monochromatic the second photo is. They play well off each other. (sometimes when I open up a post I get a little esthetic jump. Happened here)
Marvelous study in gray. Very nice photo indeed.
I like the creative way that you got me to enlarge the 2nd picture. How easily the foreign item was missed in the small size.
Always something to be found on a beach - you just have to look for it, and not everyone does.
Nifty. Nature in a kinda rough and tumble sort of way.
I'm thinking that I wish I could see this in person. It's beautiful, Tash. I'm with, PA, it's real eye candy, the expensive kind.
If you had said this was a European coastline, I would have believed it.Really wonderful shot.
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