To the Sea

Uploaded 14 Feb 2010 — 9 favorites
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© Ib Corneliussen Nielsen
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Photo Info
UploadedFebruary 14, 2010
TakenFebruary 13, 2010
ModelCanon EOS 5D
Exposure1/320 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length47 mm
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9 responses

  • Kevin Ellis

    Kevin Ellis gave props (14 Feb 2010):

    Composition is good, a nice presentation. Instant Fav.

  • Andrew Lorimer

    Andrew Lorimer (Deleted) gave props (14 Feb 2010):

    Beautiful so well done !!!

  • Desiree Adams

    Desiree Adams gave props (17 Feb 2010):

    Oh yeah now tell me a story! Love it! Whant to see more!

  • Marie Sager

    Marie Sager gave props (25 Feb 2010):

    I like the depth and I can almost feel the ice! Great capture, actually perfect capture.

  • Anne Worner

    Anne Worner (Deleted) gave props (15 Mar 2010):

    I really like the pov in this. Nice use of portrait format, which I think works well here. Amazing light.

  • Jens Kornacker

    Jens Kornacker gave props (20 Mar 2010):


  • Jyri Vissak

    Jyri Vissak gave props (20 Mar 2010):

    Cool find! Art is everywhere.

  • Suzanne McGeady

    Suzanne McGeady said (20 Mar 2010):

    Wonderful composition. Like the way the eye is drawn into the distance toward the deep indigo depths.

  • Georges Maroun

    Georges Maroun said (22 Mar 2010):

    Amazing ...

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