Amazing photo of an amazing unspoiled and unbelievable country located far out in the North Atlantic Ocean.
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@jonathan sokolowski Yes it is, it's a fish-eye view. Though I also wondered about this corner when I started editing the picture. It's a sea stack probably with a strange perspective due to the fish-eye deformation.
@jonathan sokolowski You're seeing both the rocks and their reflection in the water, but the water is so clear, it's hard to tell where the rocks end and the reflection begins...it gives them the appearance of just floating there in the water. At least I think that's the part you're referring to!
does the hill behind block the light from the lighthouse. Isnt that a failing the purpose of the lighthouse partially. Must be there is some engineering decision behind.
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I watch Nat'l Geo whenever is on. So interesting.
Kallur - Ka llur (ka lur) - Has colours, that's what this name means in Albanian Language. When I see this photo, I can't think else but how beautifully this hill has been painted in green.
@Fnd Mccoy Thanks!
Like Jim Richardson says "If you want to take more interesting photos, stand in front of more interesting stuff" and you did. Wonderful, dramatic shot!
@TOM MARTIN Thanks!
@TOM MARTIN this picture deserves some moment of your life where you just stand and keep looking to it
Gorgeous. The tuft of grass in the left foreground leading onto the ridge across to lighthouse makes me feel like I am there contemplating walking on that path.
@Lei Han Thank you!
@William Richmond Thanks William!
@K. Messer Mans endeavors will always look small compared to natures awesome achievements
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