Defended Rocks

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    Could not resist a mono version. In spite of the lovely colours of the oxides in the rocks, I still think I prefer mono.

    dave in norfolk, Miguel Cabezas., and 52 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. tarheelz11 29 months ago | reply

      Great picture, definitely better in b&w!

    2. gato-gato-gato 29 months ago | reply

      Das ist klasse, gefällt mir gut.

    3. GoneForGood-Goodbye [deleted] 29 months ago | reply

      Excellent photo, well done Sue.

    4. Petur 29 months ago | reply

      Fantasmagorical !

    5. Soleil is me. 29 months ago | reply

      So creative idea to created beautiful artwork. I love it !
      Yes, you are my winner of my day:)
      All the world is full of suffering. It is also full of overcoming.
      Helen Keller
      Take care my artist friend,

    6. aranarruti 29 months ago | reply

      Wonderful work... so peacefull...

    7. Rosamar (nacida en el Mediterráneo) 29 months ago | reply


      (Post 1/ Award 3)

    8. Kenaz.24 29 months ago | reply

      Great work.

    9. backroom.angel 29 months ago | reply

      ...superb composition...
      A most sublime image, an image that
      will remain in our minds forever !
       Richard's BW award
      Richard's Quality B & W and Sepia

    10. Sue Brown - Devon 29 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for all the comments on this image - very rewarding

    11. davemason 29 months ago | reply

      very original composition Susan,

    12. larz_73 29 months ago | reply

      Very cool! The motion in the clouds is fantastic.

    13. gary's picz 29 months ago | reply

      Wondeful camera work. A signature Canon capture; soft, smooth and serene. Bravo !!

    14. Petur 28 months ago | reply


      (Post 1/ Award 3)

    15. Petur 28 months ago | reply

      Great B&W image .... clever !
      I saw this in...Black and White Elegance..

    16. Nat.Images 24 months ago | reply

      Outstanding,love the clouds (movement),fantastic L/E!!!
      Susan you use the B / W ND110 or the Big Stopper of LEE?

    17. Sue Brown - Devon 24 months ago | reply

      Thank you for all your comments. I use the B & W 10 stop and change the colour temperature, I like the screw fit better.

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