"Fractured Sunset" by Husky
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I have been busy and lost a bit of my “mojo” lately but went out the other night near Coles Beach and after getting swamped about 4 times by rogue waves I did get a few shots. Amazing these rocks.
>Best LARGE<
>>Worth a look,,,I will complete this later with some shots from the launch and a couple of me with Simon Creen MP<<
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Columnar basalt
During the cooling of a thick lava flow, contractional joints or fractures form. If a flow cools relatively rapidly, significant contraction forces build up. While a flow can shrink in the vertical dimension without fracturing, it cannot easily accommodate shrinking in the horizontal direction unless cracks form; the extensive fracture network that develops results in the formation of columns. The topology of the lateral shapes of these columns can broadly be classed as a random cellular network. These structures are often erroneously described as being predominantly hexagonal. In reality, the mean number of sides of all the columns in such a structure is indeed six (by geometrical definition), but polygons with three to twelve or more sides can be observed. Note that the size of the columns depends loosely on the rate of cooling; very rapid cooling may result in very small (<1 cm diameter) columns, while slow cooling is more likely to produce large columns

The entrance of the Don River, near Coles Beach, Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

Canon EOS 5D Mk2
Shutter Speed >T..“bulb” 139 sec’s
Aperture Value >F..11
ISO Speed-100
Lens- Canon-EF17-40mm f/4L USM
Focal Length-21mm
Tripod- Benro
Filters-B+W ND110 + Lee grad 0.6 hard.


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Dale.
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I’m a self taught photographer and shift worker, living in the beautiful state of Tasmania. I concentrate mostly on capturing “silky” water shots via long exposures but also dabble in other area’s.

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Comments

  • julie anne  grattan
    julie anne gr...over 3 years ago

    great shot Pretty colors

  • Thanks alot Jules!

    – Husky

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous shot, Dale…. I’m in the same headspace as you!!! Gotta get going with my gear one of these days……..sigh!

  • ;)) just gotta go when you want to,,thanks Wendi!

    – Husky

  • Anton Gorlin
    Anton Gorlinover 3 years ago

  • Thanks Anton, rapt with the Feature mate!

    – Husky

  • Maxwell Campbell
    Maxwell Campbellover 3 years ago

    AWESOME shot Dale, really well done mate :-)

  • Thanks heaps Max!

    – Husky

  • Donovan wilson
    Donovan wilsonover 3 years ago

    Yep looks good to me

  • Thanks Don, appreciate the fav.

    – Husky

  • Phil Thomson IPA
    Phil Thomson IPAover 3 years ago

    A brilliant image, superbly timed, with beautiful colours & tones, and a great foreground, Dale!!!

  • Thanks very much Phil!

    – Husky

  • Kyle  Rodgers
    Kyle Rodgersover 3 years ago

    wow this is amazing mate, the colours and comp are just wow, one of your best i reckon :)

  • ;) thanks alot Kyle!

    – Husky

  • Patrick Reid
    Patrick Reidover 3 years ago

    Wow man, this leaves me speachless, such an amazing photo, the rocks in the foregorund just act as a path leading you into the photo. keep em coming!

  • Thanks alot for ur kind comment Patrick!

    – Husky

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 3 years ago

    Looks like Saturday nights sunset Dale, nice shot.
    I got some of the same sunset from one of our beaches.

  • Certainly was mate,,,thanks Garth!

    – Husky

  • Ian Berry
    Ian Berryover 3 years ago

    Beautifully handled, “mojo” reinstalled

  • Haha thanks alot Ian!

    – Husky


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