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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 :)
Waves crash onto rocks as the evening sun illuminates the beach at San Francisco’s Lands End.
You cannot kill a breeze, a wind, a fragrance;
you cannot kill a dream or an ambition. Michel Onfray
♫ Gary Barlow - Forever Love ♫
Photo and installation art exhibition of Citta Wiskee
Sept 1st - Sept 30th 2018
thank you for your time and support :)
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.
Same point of view as previous post but pointing at opposite direction (some horizontal distortion there at 18mm - limit of this lens)
SMC Pentax-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL WR
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Famous basalt sea stacks at Vík í Mýrdal village in southern Iceland.
La nuova nave passeggeri di Msc: Sea Side la notte prima della festa inaugurale.
The new Msc passengers ship: Sea Side the night before the inaugural festival.
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
Benro Travel Angel tripod
Cosyspeed Camslinger Outdoor Bag
Nisi 10 stop filter
Isn't it strange how sometimes we see different things in everyday situations.
A bird disguised as a cloud
A face on a lighthouse....Bamburgh
I watched the water sweeping, curving, around the pebbles on the beach. Like giant tentacles of a monster hidden below, reaching out to grab and pull you back into it's grasp...
Ive either got an over active imagination, or possibly I need to take a little more water with it!
In the evening when the sun was dazzling, I found a group of like the shooting team meeting.
One of the Glaciers along the passage into Glacier Bay National Park. There were lots of sea otters playing in these waters.
Plage de la Garoupe
Billowing winds, skimming the surface of the gray sea.
Churning the water, forceful and wild.
A distant howling, the promise of an untethered force.
Swirling mute skies, the storm approaches.
Gathering pace, gathering noise.
Waves rising higher, crashing from their peak,
to the foamy wash below.
She will take no prisoner's, have no mercy.
Arc's of silver flash in the distance,
into the depth's of the angry sea.
A screaming from the depth , growling,
coming closer and closer.
Mother Nature, she reigns supreme,
ethereal, powerful, a universal queen.