Against all odds, resisting through the passage of time. Resilience in Nature…
This is a fantastic place in Madeira Island, called Ribeira da Janela, where a water course descends from the mountains and ends right here. This has created a unique pebble beach, which is adorned by two gigantic rock formations that persistently resist the strength of the waves. I went to this place on my 2nd day in Madeira, but light conditions were far from good. As I couldn’t let this one pass, I returned there two days later, and it payed up.
Location: Madeira Island, Portugal
Technical info: Exposure: 30 seconds | Aperture: f9.5 | ISO: 100 | Tripod | remote shutter | Manual focus | 7 stop full ND, 4 stops soft ND Grad
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