Dawn of the end of 2010 by Jason Ruth


Captured on Friday the 31st of December 2010, the dawn of the end of 2010.

Sapphire Beach, north of Coffs Harbour in NSW.

Nikon D300
16-85mm f/3.5-5.6

Photomatix Pro
3 images (-3ev, -1ev, 1ev)
Processed with Photomatix.
The noise cleaned up with noiseware.

A Big THANK YOU to those that take the time and effort to peruse my images. Also thanks for the extra time you have taken for making comments. All comments are appreciated and read, that includes constructive criticism.

Welcome to my view of the world, through the lens. Sometimes fluffy, sometimes colourful, other times it can be dark and moody.

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  • Jeff Catford
    Jeff Catfordover 4 years ago

    I’m speechless Jason… This is simply beautiful!!!

  • Calin Jugarean
    Calin Jugareanover 4 years ago


  • Kymie
    Kymieover 4 years ago

    Absolutely gorgeous

  • Lois Romer
    Lois Romerover 4 years ago

    wonderful Jason, where is this?

  • It’s the beach at the end of the street where I grew up (teenage years) north of Coffs Harbour.
    Thank you for the comment Lois

    – Jason Ruth

  • Jay Stockhaus
    Jay Stockhausover 4 years ago


  • Tainia Finlay
    Tainia Finlayover 4 years ago

    Exquisite Jason!

  • Leon Ritchie
    Leon Ritchieover 4 years ago

    Very nice Jason!

  • Ekascam
    Ekascamover 4 years ago

    You haven’t left anything out here mate, this scene has it all, a pleasure to view, love your artwork, congrats.to you mate!

  • David Murphy
    David Murphyover 4 years ago

    beautiful work mate…simple, and dramatic….love it!!

  • blakerudis
    blakerudisover 4 years ago

    Very nice, you are starting to grow a style all your own. I love Photomatix for that reason, you can see everyone is partially fond of one slider bar more than the others. All of your images tend to lean on this pristine light side, I can never get that effect. Mine are always grungy and dirty. Awesome processing and post processing!

  • Thank you Blake for a very well thought out comment. As you say we do grow our own styles even if we use the same software to process, this is also a reflection of what each of us see in the images we capture.
    Thanks again, you are too kind.

    – Jason Ruth

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