Vesuvio Sleeps by the Sea

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© Stephanie Reardon
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Photo Info
UploadedFebruary 4, 2010
TakenApril 24, 2009
MakeCanon
ModelCanon PowerShot A510
Exposure1/1000 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5.8125 mm
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taken from a tour bus window along the narrow and winding roads of Maori, Italy.

3 responses

  • Daniel Kotynia

    Daniel Kotynia (Deleted) said (3 Feb 2010):

    beautiful. voted

  • Kenneth Martin

    Kenneth Martin said (17 Jun 2010):

    Image of layers of mountains on the background of sky and water locked into place by the solid dark mass in the lower right. Each corner of the image has just enough darkness created by objects like the tree branch in the lower left, darker blue sky in the upper left and even just the right cloud in the upper right corner to direct our attention inward toward the layered effect and the sparkling highlights of the sun on the water.

    A great landscape/seascape picture. And shot through the window of a bus! Only a mindful photographer would know about the art of shooting from the bus. Most passengers either sleep or keep their attention on hand held electronic devices and miss the moment and the truth.

  • Stephanie Reardon

    Stephanie Reardon said (17 Jun 2010):

    Thanks Ken! I'm grateful for your appreciation of this photograph. It was really tough to get this shot--the ride was bumpy.

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