Categories Landscape Nature Panorama Photos on the rocks Post author By Rian Post date January 15, 2010 20 Comments on on the rocks ..must feel great waking up with this scene.. check out that house on the cliff.. ..best viewed supersized.. Tags Begonia Park, Newport Beach ← ssshhh → uss independence 20 replies on “on the rocks” i like the footprints in the sand, the water coming to the edge of nothingness, the house on the hill at the end of the world. don’t talk, you will only talk over the morning, and the next wave will erase your words. i’m a skeered of the power of the sea, i would NOT want to live perched up there… as beautiful as it is some days, on other days it must be dreadful…. this is one of the beautiful days, niiiiiice shot!!! I love the stron red colors and the footprints in the sand. Great shot!! I agree with all the comments thus far, Rian. The golden, magic light is just wonderful. Beautiful image…as dream… Fantastic red rocks. Bravo! Nice composition, beautiful harmony of warm and cold colors! Truly magnificent composition Great timing on this shot. Tough to beat the CA Coast, eh Rian? I agree with Seraphine, the footprints are a bonus. Beautiful composition, good framing, bravo! Who can have a small house in a place like this and dawn each day with the sound of the waves … Very good catch! Another beautiful, stunning landscape ! Gorgeous light and colors ! Wonderful…wish I were walking on that beach right about now! no complaints about that view eh? wow, that really looks spectacular super sized. lots of fun detail along the water. excellent shot. Excellently marvelous! Great colors. And I hate those people in that house. This is beautiful, one of your best for sure! spectacular As much as I would love to live by the sea, global warming and coastal erosion may make me think again. But in an ideal world I would be living in that house… 🙂 Great pic … but now what im really wondering is how did you get it to supersize like that ?!?! … We seem to be running the same theme but I have no clue how to do that ! Wo that super size took some time to load but it was worth it! I could almost read that sign 🙂 […] other side of this place.. EXIF information model Canon EOS 40D exposureTime 15/1 s fnumber f/14.0 […] Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.