This is a view towards the wonderful white limestone cliffs at the end of Napenape beach near Cheviot in Canterbury. When we were there it was all but deserted, apart from a woman surf-casting and a small cluster of caravans used by fishermen there wasn’t a soul in site. The beach is made up of small loose pebbles interspersed with larger limestone rocks and we certainly got a workout on our walk -it was one of those two steps forward, one backwards type of beaches 🙂
This was processed relatively easily and I used another texture which strangely I have rarely used (though I’ve seen lots of other people using it to good effect) namely Sunflower skies. I tend to get in a bit of a rut with textures and use the same ones over and over. I’ll definitely be using this combo again though, when I find the right photo.
Sunflower skies @ Overlay 54%
Antique Liasons @ Overlay 100 % blurred with a 4.4 Gaussian blur
Cream colour fill layer @ Soft light 46%
Soft Green colour fill layer @ hue 14 %
Then to tweak the tone I used a curves, levels, and finally a selective colour layer.
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