Monday, 26 November 2012

Mosteiros Beach

Sunset on the Mosteiros beach, Portugal.

A story behind:  Some people say that all over the world there is 90% of average landscape ( uninteresting to the human eye ) and there is as little as 10% of miracles. I strongly disagree. Take this Mosteiro beach. When arriving most people see only unpleasant wind and dark sky. But the truth is that even this kind of landscape shines here and there and the experienced eye is being seduced all the time. Eyes stop and wide open and the admiring requires much more that the optical system. Many times you need to train your eyes to see

The name Mosteiros beach comes from the old legend. Back in XVth century when the first European explorers spotted this strange rock formations they thought this was a monastery ( port: Mosteiro ) building. 

Gear: Nikon D700. Nikkor 16-35 mm. ND reverse 3 stop. Tripod. Rubber boots. Bashed by heavy, November waves.


Shutter speed:
1,6 sec

Exposure bias:
+0,3 EV

Focal Length: 16 mm

ISO: 200

Place taken: Mosteiros beach, Portugal.
Date taken: Thursday, November 21th, 2012. 18:36.



Anonymous said...

I agree, almost every thing provided by nature has some opportunity for photography. I love your photographs they are inspiring. I am an amateur photographer and live in Adelaide, Australia, very barren and harsh environment, difficult to photograph but there is always something beautiful if you look.

Maciek said...

Thank you Wendy ! I always visit your blog seeking for inspiration !

Dylan said...

Muito bem aproveitado este recuo das ondas porque a primeira impressão do "fotografo" é captar o seu impacto na areia.