Ocean scales: A view of some of the 40 rocks which form the Hashigui Iwa group, taken at sunset. Kushimoto, Japan.

The coast of Kushimoto, in southern Wakayama, is characterised by the presence of a unique natural formation: it’s a group of about 40 rocks which stretches in line for 850 meters in the sea, in the direction of Kii Oshima.
After about three hours by car from Osaka, I arrived to Kushimoto in the afternoon and I found myself before the Hashigui Iwa just in time to capture their amazing beauty during twilight. The rough shape of the rocks in contrast with the soft gradient of colors of the sky made up a dreamy view, in which I floated in contemplation for an indefinite amount of time.

EXIF:
Camera: Pentax K-5
Lens: SMC DA 15mm F4 ED AL Limited
Focal lenght: 15mm
Shutter time: 30s
Aperture: F/8
Sensitivity: ISO80

You can find the complete article about the Hashigui Iwa in Kushimoto at the following link: http://www.phoclab.com/wp/blog/hashigui-iwa-unique-seascape-japan/

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