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Spectacular sunrise at Playa Ballota, Asturias. Leica S

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Gorgeous photo and spectacular light Vieri

 

Thank you very much Mark, I am glad you enjoyed it!

 

Wonderful!

 

Thank you very much Stuart, much appreciated!

 

I so enjoy your images.

 

Thank you very much Dee for your kind comment, I am glad you are enjoying my work!

 

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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Just beautiful.  I especially like the cresting waves - there is such movement and feeling there.  Amazing!

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Dynamic and engaging.

Another testament to your great artistry.

 

Thank you very much Hardy, I am glad you liked it and humbled by your kind comment

 

Yes, this one is better than some of your other scapes

 

Thank you 

 

Just beautiful.  I especially like the cresting waves - there is such movement and feeling there.  Amazing!

 

Thank you very much Alan, much appreciated indeed, glad you enjoyed it

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Beautiful sunrise, indeed, but it's the composition that turns it into agreat image.

 

Thank you very much Brent! For me, a successful photograph is made by light and composition - lacking either of them, you are left with nothing

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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I am sorry, but I simply have to question whether this is in fact planet earth. It is other worldly beautiful.

 

 

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I am sorry, but I simply have to question whether this is in fact planet earth. It is other worldly beautiful.

 

 

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Thank you Ernest, I am glad you enjoyed it

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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Vieri,

 

is there a better time of year to visit this area?

 

Mark

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Vieri,

 

is there a better time of year to visit this area?

 

Mark

 

Mark, I am not sure I understand what you mean - I took this photo in late September, which I think is the best period for the Asturias (perhaps together with late March - early April), what is it that you don't like in the weather portrayed and that you wish to be better? 

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Sorry, I meant what is the best time of the year to visit and you asked my question.

 

I was not suggesting that your photo would have been better at a better time of year ;-)

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Sorry, I meant what is the best time of the year to visit and you asked my question.

 

I was not suggesting that your photo would have been better at a better time of year ;-)

 

Oh now I got it

Thanks Mark! Best,

 

Vieri

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Wow, superb.

 

Thank you very much Tom, much appreciated indeed!

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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