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Sandy Sunset by Alistair Wilson

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Another shot from the inlet a bit after Stormy Textures at sunset. Was worried there wouldn’t be any colour for a while but mother nature is often unpredictable and the stormy clouds cleared slightly and lit up magically for me.


  1. Canon 40D, 10-22mm EF-S. FL: 13 mm
  2. 1/13th of a second @ f11, ISO 100
  3. Cokin ND8 (3 Stop) Graduated Filter
  4. Adobe Lightroom 3 & Adobe Photoshop CS4

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Photography for me is an outlet, a way I can express myself through images rather than words. I look at the subjects I shoot from every possible angle that I can imagine and with the right light, the vision in my head becomes a reality. My passion for it began after high school and over the past several years it has become my release, my way of seeing from a different perspective..

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  • Petehamilton
    Petehamiltonover 4 years ago

    Superb image Alistair…You really have a knack of attracting me so much to the capture, that I feel like I am there :-)) Keep em coming buddy, I so enjoy you taking me to all these beautiful places :-))

  • GerryMac
    GerryMacover 4 years ago

    Just an outstanding capture!

  • Anthony Mancuso
    Anthony Mancusoover 4 years ago

    wonderful work Alistair

  • Jim Worrall
    Jim Worrallover 4 years ago

    beautiful Alistair, the patterns in the foreground sand lead the eye in wonderfully and add a lot of depth to the shot, well done.

  • DaveBassett
    DaveBassettover 4 years ago

    Nice work Alistair – dam, sometimes I wish I lived near the coast.

  • Lindsay Woolnough (Oram)
    Lindsay Woolno...over 4 years ago

    Aghhhhhhhh Al!! You Da man!!!! This is simply stunning

  • Gary  Davey (Jordy)
    Gary Davey (J...over 4 years ago

    Great capture Alistair. amazing sky and colour. The change in texture on the sand is interesting as well, I am assuming this was from the receding tide. Well done :)

  • Ray Yang
    Ray Yangover 4 years ago

    Simply stunning!

  • sunsetgirl
    sunsetgirlover 4 years ago

    cool capture! very different

  • Lyn Evans
    Lyn Evansover 4 years ago

    Wow…fantastic image

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