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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Stones of Sonoma Coast by Sean Hanlon
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Stones of Sonoma Coast

February 27th, 2011

Just near Goat Rock on Highway 1 N. California.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Cokin Neutral Density Filters, Adobe LightRoom 2.

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california » canon » canon eos 5d mark ii » clouds » grey » hills » landscape » nature » photography » pink » rocks » sky » sonoma california » sunset »

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Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 12 years, 11 months ago
I don't know why nobody commented on this beautiful shot so I thought I would! :P It reminds me of the look and feel you get from looking at a stonehenge shot when the sun is low. I also love your Jenner Outlook one and the Sonoma Coast one (although I wish there wasn't so much driftwood in the latter).

I added +1 to contrast and +2 to saturation then added a little bit more yellow, (+1 to +4), in the red, yellow, green and white selective color channels and it looks even better than it already does. Anyways, thank you for this piece I'm sure others love it too and I'm sorry it didn't receive more supportive comments like it deserves. =)

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