Sugar Loaf II

8 10 2008

Was board last night so went through some more images from Dunsborough? Found a Cliché shot of Sugar Loaf Rock and had a bit of play around with it. Would really like to get a shot with a person in this location for reference to size as well. As I think a lot of people who have never seen this rock before don’t know how big it is. This was a 9 image stitch.

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10 responses

9 10 2008
breebitz

a big fan, love the simpleness of the colours, need to raid your brain of your photoshop knowledge

9 10 2008
tonymiddleton

I like this one much better Kirk – stronger composition (though simpler), lovely light and that water !

9 10 2008
Mel

Geeez how many crackers did you pull out of that weekend!!

9 10 2008
Flemming Bo Jensen

It may be a classic shot but you still did an excellent job! This is gorgeous and much better than the previous one you did of Sugar Loaf.

There appears to be a tiny stitch error on the horizon, on the right about 1/3 in ?

10 10 2008
Stephen Williams

i think i prefer this also Kirk.
once again, those blues!!! love them

12 10 2008
kirkhille

Thanks Bree

12 10 2008
kirkhille

Thanks Tony

12 10 2008
kirkhille

Thanks Mell , still got a lot more to go through from that weekend there is just so much to shoot down there

12 10 2008
kirkhille

Thanks Flemming and Stephen

13 10 2008
thomasparkes

Very powerful & shot Kirk.
Lovely colours you have captured too.
Ive never been to WA, but as you said photographs don’t do it justice. You might be able you use a wave like in Neal’s ‘Terrigal’ shot for scale.

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