Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Abalone Cove

Abalone Cove
Originally uploaded by smgallery
I've had a few people ask me about which filters I use, so here it goes.
-Lee Filters Holder System Foundation Kit which does not include the Lens Adaptor Ring. Together its about $150 & no you do not see the filter when shooting even @ 10mm
-4"x6" Lee .75 ND Grad Hard
-4"x6" Cokin Z-Pro Graduated Neutral Density filter: Tobacco 125S

Prints For Sale

Location: 5500 Palos Verdes Drive
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

Hours: Monday-Friday 12-4 p.m.; weekends and holidays 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Parking: $5 in a big dirt lot

Phone: (310) 377- 0360

Beach Information
Special Comments: Looking off of the cliffs the view is amazing. You can enjoy scuba diving and fishing at this beach. This is an exquisite spot to have lunch on one of the many picnic tables. It's a steep trail down to a long sandy shoreline. There is no food in the area, so pack a lunch. Restrooms are located at the trailhead and down below on the beach. Fishing is not allowed at Abalone Cove Shoreline Park. Facilities include diving, picnic tables, lifeguards and tidepools.

Restrooms: Located at the trailhead and on the beach.


  1. I'm thinking of getting the cokin z pro system, any thoughts? stunning shot btw.

  2. Hi Jeremy, Cokin is a great start! I cracked a few while traveling, so I investing in some stronger glass.

    I recommend Lee filters or Singh Ray, if you can spare the cash..

  3. yeah, I'll probably go with singh ray filters I'm just thinkin of the z pro holder, thanks