Squeezing the last of the light out of the shorter autumn days. Chasing Ed down this ridgeline to the sea as the sun sets in front of us and the storm comes in from the south.
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Squeezing the last of the light out of the shorter autumn days. Chasing Ed down this ridgeline to the sea as the sun sets in front of us and the storm comes in from the south.

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  • 4 0
 One of my favorite shots ! Great work Doug !
  • 1 0
 The food in San Sebastian was amazing, and the hostel I stayed in had ridiculously high water pressure in the shower - great for blasting off the mud. Amazing place. Would love to mtb there.
  • 2 0
 Awesome photo Doug. Hope to ride there again one day!!!
  • 4 3
 This is getting me excited for January!
  • 1 0
 Me too Matt. We should do this and finish with some nice food at the bottom :-)
  • 1 0
 It's getting me excited too
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 Awesome photo Doug. Hope to ride there again one day!!!
  • 1 0
 Best POD in a long while ! That sky is something else !
  • 1 0
 chill pic
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 Very nice sky Wink
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 Great Shot!
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 F N Awesome GREAT shot
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 what a wow perfect
  • 2 4
 If only you'd positioned the horizon across the middle to keep it straight. Still a great shot though.
  • 3 0
 Are you insane?
  • 1 0
 Not sure, could be. Never been tested. Anyway, I just thought seeing as it was taken with a fish eye lens then if you put the horizon though the middle of the shot it will stay straight instead of curving up at the sides like a big smile. Then crop to get the framing you want. Unless the photographer wanted the horizon to look like a big smile.
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 It´s a fair comment oodboo. I could have done that and looking at it maybe should have done. The reason was that I was limited in how far back I could go as the ground dropped off sharply behind me. The sky was amazing so I wanted to try and get more of the sky in whilst still showing the rock face below us. It was more about framing for that. I could also have corrected the curvature in post but didn´t.
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 It's easy for me to sit here and comment but I'm not a photographer standing on a ledge. Like I said, it's still a great shot.
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