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Dawn on the Cliffs - Comment and Photo by Matthieu Parmetier
Dawn mood on the cliffs of Etretat last sunday. I expected a nice colorful sunrise after a long drive to get there, but it was just grey and blue. Anyway, I love this place more than any other from my born county of Normandy. So here we are with this first long exposure picture taken around 6am yesterday morning.

Dawn on the Cliffs - Comment and Photo by Matthieu Parmetier

Dawn mood on the cliffs of Etretat last sunday. I expected a nice colorful sunrise after a long drive to get there, but it was just grey and blue. Anyway, I love this place more than any other from my born county of Normandy. So here we are with this first long exposure picture taken around 6am yesterday morning.

Red Dust Storm off Australia - In this photo, a red dust storm towers over the ocean ahead of a cyclone approaching the coast of Western Australia. A tugboat worker (Brett Martin) captured this photo 25 nautical miles from the town of Onslow. He reported that the water was flat and glassy before the storm hit late on the 9th of January, but when the wild weather arrived, the swell lifted by 2 meters and winds increased to 40 knots.

Red Dust Storm off AustraliaIn this photo, a red dust storm towers over the ocean ahead of a cyclone approaching the coast of Western Australia. A tugboat worker (Brett Martin) captured this photo 25 nautical miles from the town of Onslow. He reported that the water was flat and glassy before the storm hit late on the 9th of January, but when the wild weather arrived, the swell lifted by 2 meters and winds increased to 40 knots.

Paradise Lost - Erez Marom
This is, just what I used to imagine when hearing the word “Seychelles”. The magical beach of Anse Source d’Argent didn’t fail, and rewarded me with its renowned eye candy. Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue island, Seychelles.

Paradise Lost - Erez Marom

This is, just what I used to imagine when hearing the word “Seychelles”. The magical beach of Anse Source d’Argent didn’t fail, and rewarded me with its renowned eye candy. Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue island, Seychelles.