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Fingal Head, NSW

This is a discussion on Fingal Head, NSW within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; As I get time I'll add a few shots of Fingal Head, just over the Queensland/New South Wales border. Here's ...

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    As I get time I'll add a few shots of Fingal Head, just over the Queensland/New South Wales border.

    Here's a shot looking south ...


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    Any reason why you went home, MA? You're posting some beautiful views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietOne View Post
    Any reason why you went home, MA? You're posting some beautiful views.
    Yeh ... I lived by beaches like this for many years ... you don't appreciate them after awhile. It's better to visit them once in awhile and then go home. That and I can't earn money on the beach And having sex on the beach is dicey too. And I get sunburnt. And my bike tyres sink in the sand

    Is that enough reasons? Or should I keep going?

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    I suppose. But it beats parking lots, ugly office carpeting and strip malls by any measure I can think of. As for sex on the beach, at least you aren't in a Middle Eastern country...

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    Great shot...I just wanna park my A$$ there and order a cold beer with lime from the cabana boy and think about nothing!
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    Very nice! I like the way that the sandy beach disappears into the horizon and the tree gives it depth

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    Beautiful exotic shot, M.A.

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    Thanks Cas, Rink and JAS

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    Here's another view from that same point ... I turned to my right


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    Horribly difficult lighting to work with on this one The black rocks were in deep shadow and I was semi shooting towards the low, morning sun but using HDR and lots of post processing I think I've sort of saved this one.


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