Photographer's Note

The Granite Island Breakwater was built around 1880 with 200,000 ton of granite, chiseled, blasted and rolled on an extending railway to be dropped into the ocean. Much of the rock is hidden beneath the sea. Four men apparently died building this for a port that was never to succeed.

This photo was taken at dusk with a flash to illuminate the foreground so I needed to reduce the contrast on the climbing figure and adjust levels to reduce the blue tinge but I like the colors and mood. Regards Paul.

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