Natural landscapes: hangin’ with the boulders


Starfish usually hang out together in twisted configurations, so to find one flying solo in a compelling west coast landscape was a bonus.
I spent almost a half-hour trying various compositions; I like this one best because you see the starfish in its larger setting — and what a stunning setting it is!
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, fill-flash.

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: hangin’ with the boulders

  1. This is a stunning photo, Frank, with the beach scene so complete, and the starfish featured in the foreground. Waves, mist, puddles, rocks, sand, brilliant blue sky and the glorious pink living specimen.

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