Dock 15

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© Thomas Wiederhold
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UploadedJanuary 20, 2010
TakenJanuary 20, 2010
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS REBEL T1i
Exposure1/200 sec at f/16
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO100
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In the The Changing Dock photo essay.

20 responses

  • mark regester

    mark regester (Deleted) gave props (20 Jan 2010):

    very otherworldly. nice.

  • niko niko

    niko niko gave props (20 Jan 2010):

    love the haze

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (21 Jan 2010):

    Beautiful!!! Heaven comes to mind while looking at this shot.

  • Robert Sand

    Robert Sand said (21 Jan 2010):

    A little too much sky for my taste, but still a stunning seascape.

  • Elizabeth Saporito

    Elizabeth Saporito gave props (21 Jan 2010):

    Wow... this is amazing.

  • Simon Sawyer

    Simon Sawyer gave props (21 Jan 2010):

    excellent exposure the deeper saturation enhances the light

  • Min Chai Liu

    Min Chai Liu gave props (21 Jan 2010):

    sense of space and feeling of loneliness are very effectively presented..very inspirational work

  • Thomas Wiederhold

    Thomas Wiederhold   said (21 Jan 2010):

    I would have liked more water reflection, however the water turned black when I changed perspective. I took about 40 photos as the clouds moved and the sun rose and changed the dock from the bottom to the top,, The higher the dock in the photo the darker the water. I tried,,,,, I have to agree with you Robert that a little less sky would have been nice,, I guess I could crop some out,,

  • diana

    diana (Deleted) gave props (21 Jan 2010):

    i like the sky but i also wouldn't mind a bit more dark at the bottom.

  • peter bodigor

    peter bodigor gave props (22 Jan 2010):

    SUPER COOL!

  • Nabeel Alam

    Nabeel Alam gave props (26 Jan 2010):

    Beautiful shot!!

  • eithne mythen

    eithne mythen gave props (28 Jan 2010):

    What a stunning shot...

  • Bruce Miller

    Bruce Miller (Deleted) gave props (28 Jan 2010):

    The shot is perfect. Don't crop that sky. It's brilliant!

  • Marco Martinez

    Marco Martinez gave props (29 Jan 2010):

    Spectacular! You contextualize the dock beautifully. Not only is it a great photograph visually. Symbolically, there many layers of meaning to this photograph. This is my favorite from the ones in your photo essay.

  • Nat Carter

    Nat Carter gave props (30 Jan 2010):

    Beautiful. I love it. Great visions.

  • Norm Levin

    Norm Levin gave props (30 Jan 2010):

    Rule of thirds followed here. Shows best when seen as a whole from a distance. A bit hard to do on a monitor.

  • Lola Rufino

    Lola Rufino (Deleted) said (30 Jan 2010):

    oh-my-god :D this is amazing!

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (8 Mar 2010):

    Softly and colourfully balanced---a very spiritual prescence

  • Jillian Hoffman

    Jillian Hoffman gave props (8 Mar 2010):

    LOVE the colors

  • D. Smetana

    D. Smetana gave props (6 Oct 2012):

    I do kind of like it the way it is, although I do understand the points in some of the other comments. It is very surreal and gives the feeling the manmade dock is inconsequential to nature and the heavens.

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