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Tierra del Fuego


Islotes en el canal


island at the Beagle Channel in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky,

Grand Pacific Drive, Clifton NSW

I take this picture on the "Rügen"-trip last summer. This spot is close to "Nonnenloch" /"Mönchgut" in the south east of the german island "Rügen". The weather was very windy and cold, so the clouds and waves looks very rough.


Dieses Bild hab ich letzten Sommer während meines Rügentrips geschossen. Es ist in der Nähe vom Nonnenloch auf der süd-östlichen Halbinsel Mönchgut der Insel Rügen. Es war sehr windig und kalt, doch dadurch sehen die Wolken und Wellen extrem stürmisch aus.


explored - 03.july 2016 thank you :)

White Tailed Sea Eagle - Haliaeetus



Mull, Scotland

Sunset Cliffs, San Diego California

Sea Normandie.

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a little drama in Lanzarote

Sailing towards the Old City of Dubrovnik, with a panorama of its famous walls, the harbour entrance is on the right.


Old City of Dubrovnik, the 'Pearl of the Adriatic', situated on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia.


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Photo and installation art exhibition of Citta Wiskee

Sept 1st - Sept 30th 2018


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Grand Pacific Drive, Clifton NSW (South Coast)

📍Marina di Porto San Giorgio, Fermo, Marche, Italia.

Taken @ Isle of May


♪♫Look,Listen,and Feel♪♫

Where the fields go from a dark brown

To a riveting bright yellow

Where the cars slow their speed down

And the boats glide on merit sea

Where the sun don't ever set

Or it never comes up

Where the sky turns violet

And the weather don't stop


I spent so long looking for a way

I could be a part of another home

I tried so hard blocking out the waves

But my ocean heart never let it go


A breathtaking view from the cliff, the horizon deliberately placed at the center of the photo to highlight the sense of infinite depth of the sea and sky.

Wheal Coates Tin Mine (1802-1889) St Agnes, Cornwall, UK

A trip to Dorset would not be complete without a wander down to Durdle Door and Man Of War Bay. The focus of the trip wasn’t photography and as a result I found myself there at 12:45, possibly the worst time of day to shoot, particularly as even in mid January it was very busy. However, as we’d driven along the coast the sun had been consistently casting this beautiful light on the sea so I had a feeling I might get lucky. Once I arrived it was just a case of adding the right filters to get the exposure long enough to capture the movement of the water and find the best angle to shoot from.


Olympus E-M5 MKII

7-14mm @ 7mm


5.5 sec

ISO 200


Benro Travel Angel tripod

Cosyspeed Camslinger Outdoor Bag

Nisi 10 stop filter

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Famous basalt sea stacks at Vík í Mýrdal village in southern Iceland.

Photo taken at sea in a beautiful sunrise and very cold. LG camera phone.

Opening with the + you can almost feel the sea drops ...

No hay excesivo color o magnificiencia en esta foto, es solo el brillo del sol acariciando el mar, las siluetas a contraluz en un momento de armónica complicidad tras el esfuerzo común y poco más.

Sin embargo la escena me transmitió una sintonía, una belleza y una paz que solo las cosas sencillas aportan.


There is no excessive color or magnificence in this photo, it is only the brightness of the sun caressing the sea, the backlit silhouettes in a moment of harmonious complicity after the common effort and little else. However, the scene transmited me a harmony, a beauty and a peace that only simple things bring.

Each and every view, comment and fave are so very appreciated.


Thanks for visiting




**Best experienced in full screen

Thinking this version is too good to toss


Model: Krystal Smith

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