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"Portizuelo", Leica S 007 in the Asturias

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Playa de Portizuelo, in the Asturias, with its stunning double-holed sea arch.



Leica S (Typ 007), Leica 70mm Summarit-S. Thank you for viewing, best regards


 


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Fantastic!

 

 

Very nice

 

 

Quite lovely.

 

 

I like the individual components of this shot.

Great image!

 

Thank you very much everyone for your kind comments, much appreciated indeed. Best regards,

 

Vieri

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Fascinating place. I'm enjoying your photographs!

 

Thanks

Charles

 

Thank you very much Charles, I am glad you are enjoying my work!

 

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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Superb

 

Thank you very much, much appreciated!

 

Excellent image. Looks like another planet.

 

 

Thank you very much Brent, and I completely agree with you - the Asturias' seascapes are definitely otherworldly, and extremely beautiful (to my eye at least!)

 

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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