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Dragons Teeth

Duncansby Stacks, John O Groats, Scotland.

Just about as far north as you can go in Britain without falling off the end you will find the very edge of Scotland and the amazing Duncansby stacks, which I liken to dragon's teeth. These sharp canines are razor thin and tower out of the sea. They are best viewed from the cliff path. I photographed them in dappled light which painted the stacks and sea with cloud patterns. I much preferred this softened light to hard afternoon sunlight.

Pentax 67 II ,200mm lens,Fujichrome Velvia
F11 at 1/30 sec, polariser. full exif

other sizes: small medium original auto
Yves Rubin05-May-2007 01:38
Enrico Martinuzzi02-May-2007 21:59
Stunning as usual. GMV
Jeremy Drobnick01-May-2007 02:29
nice job!
Sam Stevenson30-Apr-2007 23:49
Extraordinary, as usual for you.
Thierry Lucas30-Apr-2007 20:42
Excellent capture.
Guest 30-Apr-2007 17:03
Amazing image, a beautiful shot. Vote
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