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A moody morning below the multi million dollar homes that atop the cliffs overlooking Maroubra and Lurline Bay.

Lurline Bay, NSW

Canon EOS 7D
Manual Exposure
Shutter Speed 0.5
Aperture Value 11.0
Center-Weighted Average Metering
ISO Speed 100
Lens EF-S10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Focal Length 12.0 mm
Cokin GND8 filter

Featured in The Silky touch 01.09.11
Featured in The landscapes of our world 01.09.11

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lurline bay, maroubra, seascape, waterscape, cloud, ocean, motion, mark lucey

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  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...almost 3 years ago

    I love that sky! Great capture.

    Hey, they can keep their multi-million dollar view. Give me the world through Mark Lucey’s eye any day! :) x

  • I do have two (eyes that is) LOL.

    Thanks D :)

    – Mark Lucey

  • Noel Elliot
    Noel Elliotalmost 3 years ago

    wonderful B&W

  • Thanks Noel

    – Mark Lucey

  • KarynL
    KarynLalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful!

  • Thank you Karyn

    – Mark Lucey

  • bazcelt
    bazceltalmost 3 years ago

    awesome mate, and right on your own back door? Great mono!

  • Cheers mate. It’s not too far away!!

    – Mark Lucey

  • Phil Thomson IPA
    Phil Thomson IPAalmost 3 years ago

    A wonderful image with real drama in that sky and the water, Mark!!!

  • Thanks Phil

    – Mark Lucey

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...almost 3 years ago

    lol! Smart butt. And you use both when looking through the eye of the camera???? :P

  • On contemplating your notion, there is a third answer and your were creatively correct in the first instance.

    The minds’ Eye.

    – Mark Lucey

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...almost 3 years ago

    Ah, yes, my friend, however, I’m more inclined to speak of the heart’s eye, which you see the world and capture it through. xxx

  • It depends whether you look at it emotionally or logically.

    – Mark Lucey

  • Donna Keevers Driver
    Donna Keevers ...almost 3 years ago

    Yes, i suppose it does.

    Personally, when I look through my camera, I like to feel the shot. I don’t get all emotional over it, but I need to feel it.

  • Steen Nielsen
    Steen Nielsenalmost 3 years ago

    What a view, a dramatic and moody capture that works well in mono. Cheers

  • Thanks Steen

    – Mark Lucey

  • kathy s gillentine
    kathy s gillen...almost 3 years ago

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