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My attention was drawn to the houses hanging on the cliffside. When I wanted to frame the scene, the Hobie Cat (catamaran) was right there on the beach and adds depth. I call this image "Clifhangers" but should I have titled it "Hobie Cat?" Where does your eye take you? Do you even notice the houses on the cliff?
Barbara, sometimes I hesitate to put in the location because most people don't know the Hawaiian names. This would be Hobie Cat at Kalapaki. Or... Hobie Cat at Nawiliwili. LOL I was stuck wondering if a great majority of people would understand Hobie Cat. Good suggestion though.
Is there a mystique in exotic names that would attract?
The first thing I notice is the yellow and green sail. I would not have paid much attention to the houses if you had not mentioned them. ; )
Now, what's in a name? I am not sure that Cliffhanger is the best for this shot, because most viewers will be looking at the boat. However, I do not know what a good title would be. Mel's suggestion is a good one.