Friday, September 28, 2012

Cabrillo Cliffs

15 comments:

Shelley said...

Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Wow! What an awesome sight. Love all the colors in the cliffs. Thanks for sharing.
Lynda in Michigan.

Michelle said...

Beautiful.

Changli said...

fantastic photo!

BaysideLife said...

Just lovely. I wish I could hear the song of this surf.

Julie said...

Cool picture.....the cliffs almost looks like a ship that has wrecked on the rocks.

ShEiLa said...

Oooooo...
Ahhhhhhhh...
Wow!

ToOdLeS.

Elcmae said...

Hello Stephen,
Thanks for stopping by on my blog. Good to see you. You have some wonderful photos here especially this one of the sea and cliffs - love the colours.
Thanks for sharing.
Elcmae.

Kris said...

So fun to have found this blog!! I am a Mom, Grandma, and love to take pictures. I have a Nikon SLR and I love it! But, I have yet to really learn how to use it. I have the book for dummies, and have yet to read it. My daughter recently got the same camera, and she has been far more adventurous than I. I hope to learn some new tricks from you and your blog.

myletterstoemily said...

so rugged and beautiful!

Teacher's Pet said...

I'm a 'beginning' photographer...and when I clicked on this photo the words out of my mouth were "Oh my gosh!"...This is sooo beautiful. Look at the layers in the rocks...the colors!...the surf...the sky....just so pretty! Thank you!!

Brenda Leyland said...

I haven't been in a while..... sure glad I stopped by. Forgot how wonderful your photography is!

Stephen Baird said...

kris,
keep at it! i have learned far more about photography since becoming a grandfather than i did before. i've learned more in the last 5 years than i did in the first 25.
nikonsniper steve

Stephen Baird said...

kris,
keep at it! i have learned far more about photography since becoming a grandfather than i did before. i've learned more in the last 5 years than i did in the first 25.
don't get discouraged when you see better photos than your own. rather enjoy it, celebrate that you see a difference (some people don't and that's OK too) and try to see what it is about a photo that you like and then look for something like that to take for your own.
nikonsniper steve

read this ... http://nikonsniper.blogspot.com/2009/06/my-guidelines-to-photography.html

sim only contracts said...

Beautiful....