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The shore of the Bay of Fundy, Joggins, Nova Scotia

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The shore of the Bay of Fundy, Joggins, Nova Scotia

The shore of the Bay of Fundy, Joggins, Nova Scotia

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  1. David Webb says:

    Great image. Question – do you feel there is a trend towards over-processing of images these days? Not singling out this image as such, but I do see a definite trend towards images that are so Photoshopped they no longer resemble the reality of the scene…

    I suppose my real question is – is the Photoshop artist taking over from the Photographer?

  2. I love the unusual beauty of this photograph Gary. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I just stumbled onto this picture… quite incredible Gary.. i’ve always wanted to make it out there to Bay of Fundy.

  4. David says:

    Wow, amazing photo. haunting. I’d love to visit there :)

  5. Chris says:

    So ominous… I love it!

  6. Paul Horn says:

    Great shot, Gary! If you don’t mind me asking, what lens/camera did you use for this shot? Looks like a wide angle shot. HDR is great, isn’t it? I get a lot of compliments on the ones I take. Just a few more shots and little extra effort produces beautiful images. Thanks Gary!

  7. Wow…just lovely! the pebbles, the water, the sky…a perfect composition…

  8. Andi says:

    Absolutely stunning, wow!!!

  9. Jaap says:

    Awesome, very dramatic photo. Btw I’ve seen a lot of your photo’s now and all of them are wonderfull shots in great quality!

  10. Love the details in the clouds. Great shot!

  11. unbjames says:

    very ominous looking, hope it didn’t rain on you … hope you enjoyed your time in my home province Gary!

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