Cape Flattery

Fresh Look

After using this blog for more than a year in its pretty much default configuration I finally got around and did some visual changes to it. I think it looks so much better now with my personal little touch. One other change I’d like to do is to make comments link a bit more standing out, but other than changing the entire wordpress theme I have not figured out how to do this just via CSS.

Up in North West

This is almost the same spot as I took this photo. It was looking towards North-West. Here we are looking south. After I took this photo we hiked back to the car and drove south to Ruby Beach and then back to Seattle, where we started earlier that day. A lot of driving, but it was worth it. The natural beauty of the Pacific North West is incredible. I would not mind doing some kayaking around those rocks and explorer little caverns with bird nests and other cool wildlife. Maybe on my next visit.

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28 Responses to Cape Flattery

  1. Great photo!!! Perfect light and composition.

  2. danitacahill says:

    Great shot. Our northwest is wonderful!

  3. I love the picture, and I agree, the northwest is a great place to visit.

  4. Awesome! I love the contrasts!

  5. Pat Bean says:

    Great photography. Thanks for taking me along on your travels.

  6. Bill says:

    Thanks for showing me a part of our Northwest that I’ve never seen before.

  7. rubicorno says:

    Great palette of colors!

  8. my eyes popped and my brain said WOW and I want to know, what were your settings when you got this?

    • Dmitrii says:

      I’ll have to take look at original… sometime later today

        • Dmitrii says:

          Hi, finally back with some Internet access. So first of all, this is HDR, which means multiple exposures. My camera is Nikon D90 and it can only do three of them. I usually do -2, 0 and +2. The settings were set to the following: Aperture priority, F/9.5, ISO 200 and Focal Length 14mm. Then fisrt it was processed via Photomatix Pro and then put through some fine tuning in CS5. I was happy with result and I’m glad that a lot of other folks are liking it too.

  9. Melissa says:

    Really nice shot. The Pacific Northwest is on my short bucket list for places to explore with my camera once I retire from my day job in a couple of years. Excellent work with the HDR also!

  10. pawsaroundoz says:

    If only I had just a smidgeon of your photographic talent! I like your blog and photos too, the Whippets would like to come and stay with you as you would make them look the handsome dogs they are, whereas I struggle!

  11. Trileigh says:

    Great composition, wonderful colors. Nice work!

  12. Tiffany says:

    Super photo!

  13. What a beautiful spot will have to chec it out next time I am up that way

  14. Beautiful photo and gorgeous blog! I love the them you use! The colors are brilliant and the little seagulls are adorable! Like you, I would like to change my blog a bit but configuring CSS is not a skill of mine.

  15. Nature is a beautiful thing. This picture would be an ideal desktop background, to dream away when working on the computer 🙂
    You’re a wonderful photographer!

  16. janeluriephotography says:

    Beautiful photo!

  17. Fergiemoto says:

    Wow – that’s an amazing photo!

  18. Ginny says:

    It is beautiful! Very well done!

  19. truels says:

    Nice place – nice photo 🙂

  20. Mako says:

    This is amazing!

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