Rocks at Weston Beach in Point Lobos

Marty CohenBeach + Ocean, Daily Photo, Point Lobos2 Comments

Rocks at Weston Beach in Point Lobos

Rocks at Weston Beach in Point Lobos

Point Lobos State Reserve is three miles south of Carmel on Route 1. This location was one of Edward Weston’s favorite places to photograph. He is well known for his incredible series of seascapes and landscapes. After his death in 1958 his ashes were scattered in the Pacific Ocean on Pebbly Beach, later renamed Weston Beach.

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Photo was taken with a Canon EOS 40D, EF17-40 mm f/4L IS lens on SanDisk Extreme IV Digital Film. Three images processed as an HDR photo using Photomatix Pro.

2 Comments on “Rocks at Weston Beach in Point Lobos”

  1. I love this – when you first see it, there is 2D shapes, then texture, then shadows, then 3D form – wild!

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