Otherworldly twilight: A detail of the Hashigui Iwa during twilight. Kushimoto, southern Wakayama, Japan.

The area of Kushimoto is the first one to be run over by the strong winds and the rains of the summer typhoons, which then proceed their route up to Osaka and the Kinki area. Here the coastline is rough and shaped by the strength of the natural elements. The Hashigui rocks themself seem slivers erupted from the ground: to take this image I chose a tele lens to get close to the rocks, emphasizing their sharp geometries and the textures of the stone.

Camera: Pentax K-3
Lens: SMC DA* 50-135mm F2.8 ED [IF] SDM
Focal lenght: 80mm
Shutter time: 1/80s
Aperture: F/3.2
Sensitivity: ISO400

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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