Steve Paxton
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I come from a back ground of parents who loved to take photo and still very much a part of their lives and I guess you could say its rubbed off. I enjoy surfing, family life and taking photos as a Hobby. I started here on panoramio to show the world a little about my small corner of the world. I hope you enjoy the photos and come away knowing a bit more about this world we live in and how different this part of the world is to the rest of Europe and most other parts of the world. I have turned the camera back 34 years with a D600 full frame camera enjoying it. Current lens FYI Nikon 50mm F1.4 G Nikon 105mm F2.8 G Nikon 24-120mm F4 G Nikon 70-200mm F4 G Samyang 14mm F2.8 still enjoy helping other to enjoy photography as well. NO MORE INVITES TO NEW GROUPS I DON'T HAVE THE TIME ANY MORE, NOT UNLESS I KNOW WHO YOU ARE AND YOUR GROUP IS JUST UP MY ALLY, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE MEET WITH REJECTION.

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¡Increíble!, magnifica imagen.Saludos cordiales desde España, Germán.

Really nice picture!
Best wishes, Paolo

Yes, Steve, this sure looks like the coast of Cyprus too. No real tides in Cyprus but there were plenty of big waves after storms out-to-sea. L

Cheers, Herb

Steve thanks for the link and extra comment.

Ivan, thanks for your visit to this and also the comment. I know that you are a Geologist and therefore your technical description of this rock is based on expertise for which I thank you. There were a lot of rock formation like this in this area. This rock may appear bigger than it was because of my 10mm lens, in fact the rock was about 2-3m long and 0.5 high. The whole little area was like a crater around 75m in diameter with these sharp rocks almost a perfect circle edging the crater. On one side was the rough sea and the rock wall let in the sea periodically to flood part of the crater, the floor being hard rock and gritty sand. As Steve above surmised, I guess it is all 'sandstone' but your description of 'calcarenites' fits well. Many thanks Ivan.

Best wishes, Herb

Hi Brabo, always good to see new visitors here, especially those that enjoy my photos. Yes, London is photographically quite specular with old and new structures such as this and the 'eye'. You need a few trips to get it all in.

Cheers from the UK, Herb

G R E A T ! !


My fantasy with the London Eye (:



Thank you Ivan.

Ciao, Herbert

Andy and Enzo, good that you two enjoy this local Winter scene. I love walking in this weather and to capture a scene like this is an extra bonus.

Best wishes, Herb

Can't come soon enough Andy. At least the daffs are showing signs.

Cheers, Herb

Thanks again Steve. Herb

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