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  1. What I like about it is it the balance of light in the foreground and the sky, and that it’s not over-processed, which is easy to do with a photo such as this, with all these wonderful colors. I’m just in love with this photo…

  2. To get this exactly right, as is the result here, one has to find the point at which anything more would actually harm the visual aspect of the photo. I’ve seen a lot of photos which take an effect further than what pleases the eye.

    This is what all would like to achieve, and sometimes we do.

  3. So that’s where it went, I just hope a bird, a fish or maybe a crab will find it & have a good time !

  4. I have shot many an awesome, somewhat surrealistic photo without the aid of Photoshop. You could be correct, of course, but I think this was a combination of skill, lighting — both natural and artificial — and timing. It’s a golden hour shot, as evidenced by the setting sun and the amber colors kissing the rocks on the left.

  5. not sure if a camera can give you such beautifully saturated clouds, along side with shadows of the rock.

    doesn’t take away from the picture being amazing.

  6. Good eye ES, I used a fill flash for the foreground, and yes this was manipulated in PS but the colors were there, just needed to pull them out.


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