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Sunrise on the Rocks

David_MC

Always on
Took a high vantage point for this sunrise shot mainly to see what it would look like and to stay somewhat dry as the tide was still coming in. This was the only shot that I took that kinda worked, the light was starting to get harsh quickly. I want to revisit this area again and come better prepared, I spent a fair amount of time scrambling to find a composition.

613A9017 by David Covarrubias, on Flickr
 

Pete Larkin

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Premium Member
Colours and movement are good, but, for me, there's so much irrelevant stuff in the photo. There's a small part on the right hand side with the top of the big rock, the rock to the left of it with the water, and the surf line which will be a very strong crop. It also enhances the lovely patch of sun on the big rock. Hope you don't mind the crop, and I realise that it's just my take on your photo...
 

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