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Old Nov 3, 2011, 8:00 PM   #1
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Nice shot Jeff. I find my eye following the road from left to right and down to the bay.
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Nice one Jeff!! What a view.

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Thanks for y'all comments banksy & jj, appreciate it.

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Ditto on all the comments above! Only thing I would check is the leveling of the horizon...,not sure if it is an optical illusion, or if it is some lens distortion, but it "looks to my eyes" that there is a slight lean to the right. Sorry for being so picky

BTW, Where's this beautiful spot located?
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And wut caused that sudden change in the color of the water?

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Ditto on all the comments above! Only thing I would check is the leveling of the horizon...,not sure if it is an optical illusion, or if it is some lens distortion, but it "looks to my eyes" that there is a slight lean to the right. Sorry for being so picky

BTW, Where's this beautiful spot located?
Thanks for the comment,
Yes, the level was slightly off because of the uneven ground (used tripod). The image was taken from top of the hill of Marin Headland looking towards Northern part of San Francisco Bay.

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And wut caused that sudden change in the color of the water?

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Thanks for bringing up that question, that was what first caught my attention when I look at the view and decided to take the shot.

The sudden change in the color of water; the water that hit the bank and came back to sea has bubbles and the wind bringing the water from the sea to the bank water is clear blue.

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Backwash from the surf action then. I had no idea such a sharp line would result!

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Ahhh, Marin county. I spent a lot of time in Ran Rafael with the hills behind the house.
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