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November 27, 2019 — San Mateo County Coast

Just one more thing, Mother Nature: If you think I was being a little harsh in my last post, I want to respectfully remind you of the wonderful show you put on for me just three weeks ago.

(Nikon D500, Tamron 100-400mm f/4.5-6.3 Di VC USD. RAW processing in DxO PhotoLab 3.1; Editing in Adobe Photoshop.)

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California based fine-art photographer featuring abstract, impressionist, and minimalist seascapes — near and distant — and floral-based images. Fine-art photography can be seen at www.amagaphoto.com All original images on this blog are copyright 2018, 2019, 2020 Michael Scandling. All rights reserved. No images on this site may be copied, duplicated, reused, published, or re-purposed in any way without express permission from the copyright owner, Michael Scandling.

22 Comments

  1. This is an amazing image to offer today, winter’s eve. The transition from autumn (harvest) to winter (slumber), the longest night (times of darkness, depleting harvest, freezing cold) begins a moving towards the spring’s light…(hope, renewal)

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  2. Mother Nature is entirely indifferent, and that’s something I’m eternally grateful for. It feels healthy and right, being ignored in such a big way. This is lovely, the way the drama is clearly approaching, but by bit. There is that suspenseful feeling one gets when watching big weather happening.

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  3. With hawvin so much written content do you ever run into any issues of plagorism or copyright violation?
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    • Thank you for asking. No, I’ve never had this happen. The photograph files are too low-resolution to be much good to anybody and for the most part, what I have written is meaningless without the photograph. I do have a strongly written copyright notice, but I’ve never seen that kind of thing deter anyone from stealing. I’ve seen pages written as graphic files so that you can’t copy and paste, but that would not prevent someone from just manually re-typing it. I wish I could be better help. Good luck. By the way, how did you find me? And you certainly have made me curious to see some of your recipes! Which I will not steal!

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