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Photographer's Note

About a hundred meters high at this exact spot, the cliffs are a very interesting nesting place to many kinds of seabirds, Gulls and Cormorans being on the top of the list.
Beaches at the foot of the cliffs are not accessible by foot (except for unsusally low tides).
Very windy place as you can guess by the presence of the wind turbines.
This is where the "nose" of my precedent picture lives :)

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***** Post processing *****

Stitched from 6 vertical pictures and cropped.
A Contrast mask applied to the whole picture to bring back the clouds (important feature in a norman sky).
Exposure settings were the same for all 6 original pictures but the result on the far right one is different - don't know why.

***** Comments *****

To H_Naren :
I agree. But i couldn't get the whole curve because behind me... a 100 meter deep hole :))
And I didn't want to loose to much sky either.

To Jim and Javier :
I'll try to follow your advices when I'll get some time and I will post it as a workshop.

To Marion44 :
Merci, Ca fait toujours plaisir d'avoir des commentaires apprιciateurs de la part de gens qui connaissent les lieux du crime :)

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