7/26/15

sisters

These are the two remaining 'sisters' at Three Sisters Beach.

three, sisters



23 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

Love the 2 sisters and your framing.

Jibber JabberUK said...

So important to capture the remaining two. So many of these coastal features in the UK have now fallen into the sea. Lovely natural frame.

Rhonda Albom said...

Fantastic aspect, but I have to know, what happened to the other sister?

Jocee said...

Awesome shot. :-)

John said...

Nice composition

Kirsty Phillipson-Lowe said...

Wow this is a beautiful sight, shame there are only 2 left x #sundaysnap

eileeninmd said...

Lovely scene and image! Great shot! Have a happy new week ahead!

Natasha Hill said...

Stunning shot as always! I love how peaceful it looks here. - Tasha

Donna said...

Fabulous image made even more stunning by the way you framed the photo.

Susie@life-change-compost.com said...

It IS a nice composition. Reminds me of the wild rock formations on the Oregon Coast. Very nice!

jandi said...

Wonderful image.

Taken For Granted said...

What a dramatic scene. Hope you weren't caught there as the tide came in. Your photo captured the light and mist in the air.

abrianna said...

Love the framing in this beautiful shot.

Kay said...

I've always heard that New Zealand was beautiful and your photographs prove it.

Happy Homebird said...

Absolutely magnificent!

CountryMum said...

Great photo. Loved your framing.

Linda W. said...

Love how you framed the rocks in that opening.

Sue in the Wood said...

Wow. Gigantic!

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful biew, very nicely composed shot too

Ida said...

Gorgeous place, I would love visiting there for sure.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Splendid view. Love the blue tones of the water.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

More information needed. What happened to the third? These two are beautiful. WE have three mountain peaks near us in the Cascades called "Three Sisters". Sometimes from our Lake here we can see them -- or one or two of them. ON a clear day (they are pretty far away).

Nick V. said...

Great framing by the silhouetted rocks.
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