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The cliffs at the northern end of Darby Beach, where the river enters the sea.
Taken with a long lens.
Wilson’s Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Please enlarge.

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cliffs, seagull, sand, beach, national park, bette devine

Many years ago I painted. Then I realised that I did better at photography than painting – and that has been my medium of expression ever since.

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  • Kathleen M. Daley
    Kathleen M. Daleyabout 1 year ago

    wow, what a great looking spot and a wonderful capture bette!

  • Many thanks, Kathleen, for your comment!

    – Bette Devine

  • marens
    marensabout 1 year ago

    so beautiful Bette – like a painting!!!

  • Thanks marens – the long lens helped with that effect, I think.

    – Bette Devine

  • Harry Oldmeadow
    Harry Oldmeadowabout 1 year ago

    well caught Bette — and a lovely painterly scene

  • Thanks, Harry. I had been meaning for years to investigate this spot – did it on my way home.

    – Bette Devine

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...about 1 year ago

    This one definitely has a painterly feel, and the bird in flight really completes the image beautifully!

  • Yes, I was lucky with that bird – just the right spot and the wings in the right position! Am tempted to increase the painterly look by using the oil paint filter on a copy of this!

    – Bette Devine

  • TheaDaams
    TheaDaamsabout 1 year ago

    The bird completes it! Lovely capture!

  • That was my great good fortune! Thank Thea.

    – Bette Devine

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