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Portizuelo's Devil. Leica S in Asturias (Spain)

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"Portizuelo's Devil", in Asturias (Spain). You need to do some acrobatics to get to Portizuelo when the tide is high, blocking access to the beach; however, the landscape there is definitely worth the shower.

Leica S (007), Leica Summarit-S 70mm, Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters. Thanks for viewing, best regards

 

Vieri

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Great shot.

 

 

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Thank you very much Steve, glad you enjoyed it!

 

Beautiful, as usual.

 

Thank you very much Stuart for the very nice comment, much appreciated

 

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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Yours is another gorgeous image, Vieri. I have to say, when I first opened it I was amazed by the similarity to a spot I photographed on the northern Oregon coast. I don't normally like to post photos on other people's threads, but in this case I thought you might be interested.

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Yours is another gorgeous image, Vieri. I have to say, when I first opened it I was amazed by the similarity to a spot I photographed on the northern Oregon coast. I don't normally like to post photos on other people's threads, but in this case I thought you might be interested.

 

Thank you very much Brent, glad you enjoyed it!

Indeed the spot you posted looks remarkably similar! Does the bigger stack have "holes" like the one in Asturias, as well? Portizuelo has two, which makes it even more interesting, but these are very difficult to show in photo because of their orientation... you can "sort of" see them in my photo though.

 

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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Vieri,

 

I can see the holes in your image because you have such good detail in the shadow areas. The similar rock formation I photographed doesn't have holes like that, but the rock is very porous because it is formed from basalt.

 

If you ever make it to the Oregon coast,I think you would love to photograph the area around Bandon Beach, where there are hundreds of rock formations like this.

 

Best Regards,

Brent

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Vieri,

 

I can see the holes in your image because you have such good detail in the shadow areas. The similar rock formation I photographed doesn't have holes like that, but the rock is very porous because it is formed from basalt.

 

If you ever make it to the Oregon coast,I think you would love to photograph the area around Bandon Beach, where there are hundreds of rock formations like this.

 

Best Regards,

Brent

 

Brent,

 

it would have been extremely weird if your rock had the same two holes as mine as well!

 

Vieri, I am still fascinated by your shot. Love it!

 

 

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Steve,

 

Thank you very much indeed for your very kind comment, I am glad that you enjoyed my little "Devil"...

I'll be there again in September, and I hope to be able to get some more out of this location!

 

Best regards,

 

Vieri

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