A Dark Sea

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© Josh Haroldson
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UploadedDecember 7, 2007
TakenSeptember 20, 2007
MakeSony
ModelDSC-H2
Exposure1/40 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6 mm
ISO80
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A lone figure waits out in a dark sea...

2 responses

  • Shawna

    Shawna said (8 Jan 2008):

    Wow! Great shot! :) I love the angle of this photo. You are awesome taking photos. How long have you been interested in photography? Where is this photo taken at? And how many shots did you take before you got this one? Just wondering, some history behind this photo. :) heehaa....
    laters!
    write back soon please.
    ~Shawna

  • Josh Haroldson

    Josh Haroldson said (8 Jan 2008):

    thanks shawna, i really appreciate all the compliments! to answer your questions:
    -I've been interested in photography for about 4 years now
    - Two Harbors, MN, USA Click the link for more info, but its one of my favorite places to photograph. http://everywheremag.com/places/1852/4031
    -And this particular one, was probably one of about 20 that I took that day from various angles/and or attempts to get the waves right. The day was extremely stormy as it can be in late September along Lake Superior, but I was glad for it as I love it when the weather is a little nasty there. It just doesn't seem right when its perfectly sunny. Plus, it makes the whole experience more of an adventure, even though I'm only a couple of hours away from Minneapolis. These photos were also taken the same day:
    http://jpgmag.com/photos/409051
    http://jpgmag.com/photos/264975
    The gentleman in the photo is someone who just happened to be standing out on the breakwater.
    Hope this gives you what you wanted!

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