Monday, November 23, 2009

Peninsula Cliffs

At the bottom of peninsula cliffs looking toward White Point or Pt. Fermin in San Pedro.
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Beach rocks detail (in color) - with something that does not belong.

19 comments:

Lois said...

The cliffs look so dramatic in monochrome!

Cezar and Léia said...

Great details, I liked a lot the composition of the second shot!
You are so talented my friend!
Well done
Léia

altadenahiker said...

Early Hitchcock.

Almost Precious said...

Great shot !
As for the golf ball, well that probably was not such a great shot. LOL

Aileni said...

Makes me think of fossils.

marley said...

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!

gogouci said...

You sure pick the spots. Breathtaking shot. Just beautiful.

Clueless in Boston said...

Very nice monochrome. Beach and water scenes are made for b+w. How'd that golf ball get there?

Petrea said...

The B&W gives the shot a timeless feel. The first one I mean. The second...well, someone's aim is a little off.

RogerB said...

I love B & W landscapes - nice pics.

Bibi said...

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.

D said...

Lovely in BW

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

yahoo! Trash Tuesday

Love 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)

awarewriter said...

Marvelous study in gray. Very nice photo indeed.

FA said...

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.

RuneE said...

Always something to be found on a beach - you just have to look for it, and not everyone does.

michael bird said...

Nifty. Nature in a kinda rough and tumble sort of way.

Paula said...

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.

-K- said...

If you had said this was a European coastline, I would have believed it.

Really wonderful shot.