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  1. 71 months ago | reply

    wow - not seen this ledge before - well made and I think the crop works a treat

  2. Keith Aggett Photography 71 months ago | reply

    Have stood in this spot a couple of times, great in b&w and the sky looks perfect

  3. cga60 71 months ago | reply

    Superbe panorama !!!
    Longue pose très bien traitée !! J'adore !!!

  4. Photoma's World 71 months ago | reply

    So jaleous that I'm a way to far to join a workshop with you guys !!!!!!!!!!!
    But learning so much by seeing your work which is so inspiring, Giles ....
    Wonderful photo and excellent crop that increases the feeling of vastness.
    The rocks on the foreground are magnificent, and the sky ... all just perfect !

  5. Peter Henry Photography 71 months ago | reply

    I think both this and the 3:2 versions have their merits. The original has the large foreground rock which is a good lead in but the 2:1 crop feels less cluttered and is a bit easier on the eye. Either way they are both great images.

  6. Jeff Vyse 71 months ago | reply

    I like the balance of this 2:1 crop giles with plenty of water. The rock works for me in the square crop being in the left corner and leading into the shot nicely but you lose too much water so it's a bit claustrophobic.

  7. earthwaterfireair 71 months ago | reply

    What I find so fascinating about this image is that the cloud pattern echoes the pattern of the rocks in the midground...........

    I actually really like the square image, Giles. I like the way the foreground in the square crop engages my interest immediately and draws me right into the image - I also have a greater sense of the vastness of the place - of the shoreline, the ocean, the sky in the square crop.

  8. Pherseus [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

    Lovely one.

  9. Eddy Blokhuis  70 months ago | reply

    I took a look at your blog with the beautiful B&W's
    I think this crop is your best choice. The lines are perfect, and are taking you to the open sea!

  10. Pete Hyde 70 months ago | reply

    Lovely work Giles, I think the sky here is amazing. I enjoyed reading your blog about the cropping and I like the 'letter box' image but must admit I think the square crop shades it, somehow the square has more 'presence' if you now what I mean. I think your processing is superb. It was a most enjoyable day and very nice to have met you, cheers, pete

  11. kantryla 70 months ago | reply

    Thank's all very much for you comments - especially on the cropping, your comments have made me see the images in a different light even though I've been looking at them for the last week trying to decide which I liked best. Thanks very much again

  12. Ally81 70 months ago | reply

    Ah you achieved this much better than me - love this - I too felt I could have stayed much longer - but the threat of being shut down there all night was enough to get me moving!

  13. agavephoto 70 months ago | reply

    Beautiful processing and composition. I think cropping that main rock out a bit helps to get the eye looking into the distant parts here.

  14. servalpe 70 months ago | reply

    Fantastic panorama. I love the mood, the bw treatment and the clouds patterns !

  15. Joel Tjintjelaar 70 months ago | reply

    I think this is a good crop, a square crop wouldn't work here. It's the curve that make this such a good shot.

  16. Mattia Oselladore 70 months ago | reply

    Beautiful composition, well done!

  17. 70 months ago | reply

    Nice comp the way the curves replicate each other. 10 stop goodness.

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  18. TheFella 68 months ago | reply

    Fantastic stuff!!

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