cabo san lucas

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  1. fuzzydice

    fuzzydice TPF Noob!

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    just wanted some landscape photos from my trip to cabo san lucas

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    Nice shots but in the first image it looks like a small parachute and little man was added. Is this a toy the person in white had? Made me look twice :)

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That second photo works really fine for me, with the footprints in the sand leading the eye all through the photos, which is rare in so far as it is a landscape, yet taken in portrait style (upright pictures), a trait to all you landscape photos presented here, and an interesting one, I must say!

    If I had seen the sight that you captured in Photo 3, I would have tried my hands at that, too. I just love backlit flowers! With the setting sun, the colours become even more intense and the light from behind is no longer too bright, plus you managed to get a sunset photo combined with this backlit flower... I really dig the whole concept!

    And I like how the setting sun paints the road in orange, giving the person some detail, and how again you combined two things: a sunset and a landscape photo.
     
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    Great place, great pictures! The horizon in the first one needs to be straightened, otherwise it's a neat shot. My favourite, I suppose, would be #3.
     
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    in that first picture... i had to make sure what that was... and its a toy with a parachute. i think the guy with the camera was taking pictures of it?! i have no idea what for.. but i know its a toy.
     
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    Great pictures, I love No.2. I like the way you are lead along the beach. Well done, very nice. :thumbup:
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Looks like a nice place to go on vacation. Nice pics, thanks for sharing.

    You really have to watch the horizon when taking/editing sea-scapes. In that first one, it looks like the cruise ship is going up hill :)
     
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    I get the impression the guy with the parachute is a kite. I think the man on the right is holding the spools with the lines, ready to launch it by pulling backwards? Lovely photos, by the way! ;)
     
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    2 and 3 rock., very nice!
     

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