Winyalkin North

This is another version of my previous shot (the Blue Hole shot currently featuring on the Canon Facebook page) from this location, shot with Christian Fletcher and on excursion off the mighty True North.

The shot actually shows where I was standing when I took the Blue Hold mega stitch.

Not long after taking that shot I landed fair and square on my ‘kyber pass’ after slipping on some very slippery mud, but by then Christian had made a bee line for the beach, so no one saw it!

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16 Responses to Winyalkin North

  1. Ben Reynolds says:

    beautiful colours here Mark, really love it

  2. Peta says:

    Love his one as well

  3. Theres a tree in the way ! only kidding, the colour and even looking light is what makes this image for me. Did you blend more than one shot ?

    • Yes Pete…focus stacked 2 images and exposed one for the sky, but I dropped the opacity down on the sky to make it more realistic…otherwise it was in your face a bit.

  4. lushfun says:

    almost seems like the hills were built out of multicolored brick that decayed a bit

  5. Man this shot is KILLER … I bet CF was green when he saw this LOL πŸ™‚

  6. Hey thanks Neal…not sure if the lad has seen it yet actually…he’s been a bit busy!

    I might show him so he can swear at me some more! I like it when he swears at me! πŸ™‚

  7. Here a thought … Print it and give it to him for his birthday coming up πŸ™‚ LOL

  8. Great idea mate! I might just do that and watch him swear a lot when he opens it! πŸ™‚

  9. Catch up when I’m back … πŸ™‚

  10. Hey Mark,

    There are some photos that become defining points in our career. I’d be interested to know if you think this is one of those shots for you? I certainly think this shot demonstrates your determination to take things up not one but at least three notches.

    Its a great shot mate.

    Thanks,

    Jamie

  11. The whole series from this location I would class as that Jamie for sure. The Blue Hole Shot I love and also the High Pano from here as well. Thanks for the feedback mate!