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Hello. I can hear a faint voice of my imaginary Photo Master...Tunde, never put the horizon in the dead middle of the frame!...but Master I wanted to show the steps what lead us down to the beach and a sky looked so nice too. Had no heart to crop the clouds, forgive me Master... Have a fine new week to all of you...seeya

Comments (22)



4:41PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

I'm sure that when the Master sees this image, he/she will forgive you! Wonderful image



4:42PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

rules are to be violated, and especially in artistic environments, wonderful photo! With strong lines who leads to that marvelous sky! RS



4:44PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

nice show of everything.. I can understand the critique of the master and your own wish.. cropping is the solution of course.. (and you know it) and use a (little) mirror in front of the cam to reflect the sky in.. I would have cut the sky away.. When you scroll the photo a bit down, you can see why.. The emphasis is much more on the stairs.. and it makes the photo even more beautiful.. but i think your master will survive this once in a life time moment-capture good work..



4:49PM | Sun, 12 December 2010




4:55PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

Master will forgive ye!!



6:11PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

This is excellent - sometimes you have to break the rules to create the best image. Well done.



6:49PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

Very beautiful!



7:50PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

I'm sure the Master will clic favorites on this one. Beautiful job. Aloha



8:12PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

Stellar composition, even with the horizon in the exact center of the photo, Tunde! Every so often it's good to go against accepted photographic philosophy, master or not. In any case, those clouds are a distinct winner, and I love the depth, color and perspective of the whole image!



9:59PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

It would not have the wind sheered clouds, the pounding surf as well the pounded rock ledge. Nor would one have the overall perspective without the path to all this heavenly beauty. Besides having never paid much attention to the rules, "I say give me that horizon".


10:49PM | Sun, 12 December 2010

Gorgeous landscape Tunde



2:04AM | Mon, 13 December 2010

Gorgeous image! I avoid center horizons like the plague too, but sometimes you have to do what you have to do. The result is beautiful!



3:19AM | Mon, 13 December 2010

It WORKS! so why not this time? Marvellously inviting.



3:58AM | Mon, 13 December 2010

For such a beauty, we don't care about the rules ! Wonderful scenic view, Tunde. :~)



4:34AM | Mon, 13 December 2010

wonderful !



7:13AM | Mon, 13 December 2010

Great looking image the dramatic sky compliments the stair When something looks this good there are no rules!



11:08AM | Mon, 13 December 2010

Wonderful Shot !!



8:33PM | Mon, 13 December 2010

here i happy the rule is broken...super sky and the way to the beach draws ue there



10:57AM | Tue, 14 December 2010

Beautiful scene, excellent shot!



2:14AM | Wed, 15 December 2010

Yeah those rules we made to be broken! Very nice.



2:16PM | Wed, 15 December 2010

amazing work love I think you would have lost the imapct of the image had the top been cropped good call on not cropping. it's good to know the rules but as an artist ypu should know why and when to not to folow them and in theis case I agree completely with your choice.



5:10AM | Tue, 08 February 2011

Rules are guidlines for when you have no better sense. You had better sense here...this is wonderful. Especially so because the way the rectangular boards compliment the rectangular rock slabs, compliment the rectangular clouds!

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ModelCanon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed1/320
ISO Speed100
Focal Length10

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