St. Michael's Mount, sunset

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  1. Vieri

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    St. Michael's Mount, in Cornwall, is a tidal island connected by a walkway that gets completely submerged at high tide. Sunset shot taken with my Hasselblad X1D, Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide-Heliar v. III and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters.

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    Thank you for viewing, best regards

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    Lovely image.....
     
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    Beautiful shot!
     
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    I love the reflection on the stones. Wonderful conception and composition.
     
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    Breathtaking. I feel like I am there. But now I really want to be there!
     
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    Just want to step into it Vieri and walk down the path. Lovely stuff!
     
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    Awesome pic! Follow the yellow brick road because, because, because, because, because …………….
     
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    wow so beautiful..looks like the Brick stone path goes on to infinity
     
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    Thank you very much Jeff! :)

    Thank yo very much Jeff! :)

    Thank you very much indeed Dean, I am glad you enjoyed it! :)

    Thank you very much Zen! :) Yes, it is truly a beautiful location!

    Thank you very much indeed, your comment is truly much appreciated! :)

    :D Thank you very much, glad you enjoyed it! :)

    Thank you very much, glad you enjoyed it! :)

    Best regards,

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    Lovely shot. How did you manage to get the sun to set so far to the south?
    Even on the winters solstice sunset's around 20° further west then the route of the causeway.
     
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    Thank you very much indeed, glad you enjoyed it! :) The sun was where it's supposed to be, but the clouds on the right of the frame where quite thick and hiding it, leaving room for the light to come out just behind the island, which was really beautiful :D Hope this helps, best regards

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    Thanks for the explanation, and for sharing this fleeting moment. I thought it must have been awkward to time it right.
    I've only been there in august which puts the sun even more out of shot :(.
     

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