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Thursday, 23 April 2009

Newfoundland Bay Reflections




Here is your Sky Watch Friday image.

This is from the same location as the previous post but moved forward passed the rocks and grass to get a clear view of the reflections of the clouds in the water. I think it's a very dramatic looking image without the colour as you are drawn into looking at the shapes and contrast with the clouds.

I had a look over the Ordnance Survey Maps 1:50,000 scale ( a photographers must have piece of equipment ) and found that it's Torc Mountain on the right.

I would love to do for Killarney National Park what Ansel Adams did for Yosemite.

17 comments:

  1. fascinating image... it draws the eye inwards...at angles. very intense.

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  2. The water is so still! Incredible drama!

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  3. I love it! A really dramatic and gorgeous shot! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Wonderful work on this site. Your b/w are very excellent. Great job!!

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  5. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.
    Keep them coming :)

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  6. WOW, I didn't know yoy could turn a still into a movie. I'm impressed.

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  7. stunning! almost like a painting!

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  8. Very impressive! This gives Ansel a run for his money.

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  9. Very dramatic indeed. LOVE the reflection. It really draws me in towards the hill/mountain.

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  10. I think your black and white images do look like Ansel Adams' photographs. Lovely!
    Joyce

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  11. This is my 1st visit to your blog. You has so many beautiful captures. I will enjoy visiting again. Have a great weekend.
    Smiles B

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  12. Wow. The complex shapes and framing here stun.

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  13. There is so much drama and tension in this photo. Almost as if we expect a storm explode out from the image.

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  14. Incredible image in monochrome! Nature knows how to turn on a fine dramatic show!

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