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Cannon Beach Photograph - Reflected Glory by David Patterson

Reflected Glory is a photograph by David Patterson which was uploaded on May 10th, 2010.

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Beautiful ~~~ L/F )))

A nice capture David. I love the dark contrast supported by deep rich blue and orange colors. A masterpiece at Cannon Beach, Oregon.

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Amazing photo David. Really beautiful.

Thank you, Alfonso!!

fantastic mood,colors and composition!

Thanks so much, Kathy!

Wow! A stunning image and fav!! voted!

Thanks Marie...this is one of my favorite shots ever!!

What a beautiful and powerful image, David! There's a sacred aura to it, especially with the spectacular colors and reflections of the rock, clouds, and sky and the silver shimmering ocean!

Thanks Randy, much appreciated!

Excellent photo op, David! You did a fine capture not his one!

Thanks so much Kathleen!

Gorgeous work. Congrats on you win!!

Thanks Steven!

Beautiful image David love the reflection of the clouds

Thank you Sorin!

Great capture !

Thanks so much Stephen...your words are very much appreciated!

This is a really nice shot David! You have got an impressive body of work here on FAA.

Stunning focus, colors and reflection!!

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Thank you Lori!

Thank you Mel!!

Beautiful composition, colors and reflections ! Excellent processing for an image with a lot of impact. I was there recently and was unable to get anything that would begin to compare to this. Great work, David !

Thanks Jeff! Yeah...I'm still learning how to use my soft's definitely a work in process!

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