This is an oldy as it was shot with film and then scanned in.
I agree that it is very unusual. It seems that the landscape is focusing on the spire in the corner. The lines in the image all point towards it. The shoreline curls around to the spire as well enhancing the focus. I am amazed that someone has found it again as there are so many images in the area.
I do like to travel as well and have been blessed with employment that has necessitated travel to some interesting places and some exceedingly difficult to get to. I think the Southern Oregon coast is wonderful. About 8 miles north of Brookings on 101 is a tiny turn off that has a path to the overlook of Natural Bridges Cove. Of course I shot that with film a bunch of years ago. I used to travel up from outside of San Francisco 6.5 hours to get there. That was when the arch inside the cove was still standing. I even took a shot from under that arch once. If I had only known that it would collapse soon I might not have entered, but I am still here. The cove though is spectacular since it is well protected. But there are pools inside. The walls around the cove eliminate reflection so you don't have to worry about that as much. It is somewhat darker inside so the sea life is out in the open and visible. The sea life in the pools is great. There is no path into the cove you have to figure it out, but there was a way into it. I once saw a small (maybe 10) herd of Mountain Sheep walk through some on the land side others on the ocean side. They walked right by me about 15 feet away as I was out on the edge of the ocean side. Wow...Too cool.
Beautiful landscape scenery
Excellent photo, nice colors! VOTED & Like!
This is another fine piece of lighthouse romantic - big like!
Best wishes, Anette
I don't mind the dark look it adds a lot to the beautiful mysterious atmosphere. YSL
Wonderful photo! VOTED & Like! Best wishes! Nikos
Greetings from Bulgaria, Zaro
I never realized that they ever would move those bridges into place fully constructed. It must have taken a herd of ox or good pullys. In this case probably two herds since they needed to swing the back end of the bridge in line with the foundations. Amazing!!!
It comes from the ground.
Congratulation & best wishes to De Texelse.