Oceano

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5 Comments on “Oceano

  1. Interesting interpretations. It looks as if someone went over the sand with a variety combs and brushes. Zetta

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    • Yes, it is unique place. Every fine art photographer who lived in or visited the Central Coast has photographed here. It serves as hallowed ground for many since Edward Weston walked the dunes. Three of my friends and I went there just to see what it was about. I shot the flat contrast images around midday in heavy cloud/fog cover. The bolder pieces came after the clouds cleared and the setting sun raked the dunes. I suspect I will return but the trip will have to wait until I have a break in my real joy in the street.

      You may want to pass the link to Rob, if he has any interest.

      Cheers and Love to all,
      David

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  2. Such beauty. To me, images 6b & 6c suggest whales swimming across the sandy sea.

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    • Thank you, Dick. Each time I flip through I see something different.Not sure if I will continue down this path. It proved to be a relaxing interlude to my normal work, and I’m grateful for it. However, while walking the dunes I missed the exhaust fumes and horn honking. Cheers to both you and Margaret.
      David

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