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Rita Carioti Sometimes ... it take good photos is not always easy !!
5 Dec 2010 at 10:23pm
Denis Olivier It's never easy, in fact I love that for this intense moments ;)
5 Dec 2010 at 10:26pm
Denis Olivier Mais si, il faut sourire, c'est que du bonheur intense tout cela :) Merci
5 Dec 2010 at 10:28pm
Ossiane narrow path
half circle of vertigo
so quiet under the wind
This image from beyond is quite an experience and you're still alive!!
5 Dec 2010 at 11:18pm
Marcus Hewson Nice Story. Excellent Result!
6 Dec 2010 at 04:27am
Virgil Mlesnita Superbe abstraction!
P. S. Faut toujours proteger ses pieds ;)
6 Dec 2010 at 06:06am
Philip Mckay excellent image, wonderful exposure. was your camera converted to infra red.
6 Dec 2010 at 02:20pm
Fabrice Silly j'aurais bien mis 4 points mais comme c'est la deuxième photo que tu postes prise à moins de 10 kms de chez moi et que t'as pas envoyé un sms pour venir boire un café à la maison j'en mets que 3 ;) (d'autant que vu les conditions je pense que tu aurais apprécié !)
6 Dec 2010 at 10:39pm
Jared Christopher Martin not unusual to find a built in question mark at the end of something, especially a transitional spot like a pier. symbolism and naturalism share a significant moment.
7 Dec 2010 at 01:00pm
Nat Images Stunning superb tones,fog and light!!
2 months ago
Citizen of the World
|Category||Work Art Surreal Fine-Art Contemplation Photography Toned Digital Construction Edifice Pier, pontoon|
|Gallery||Waterspace / See de luxe portfolio|
|Comment||Les Boucholeurs, France, December 5, 2010 - #1257|
Print & reproduction http://www.denisolivier.com/artwork/half-circled-pier-les-boucholeurs-france/en/1257
I go first on the pier under the rain and wind with the umbrella and equipment to see I first forgotten the lens I wanted to use.
Then go back in car to get it, then go back walking to the pier. I'm standing on it for the shot (as well as the heavy tripod, remote stuff, bag and whatever, but also wind and rain ... and much more here rather when your are behind the pier grrr) it's around 1m50 tall on left and 80 cm large, you need to pay attention not to fall on right, because it's water 4 meters under, and in december ... While you've fought for preparing all, you see that you need to choose to protect camera or your trousers and shoes. Quite a dilemma ;) On right, over the horizon you see the Aix island in fog.
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