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Dimensions of light and space by hesitation Dimensions of light and space by hesitation
What planet is that?



August 3, 2004
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:iconmaalaki-cecile:
maalaki-cecile Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007  Professional Photographer
:)
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:iconlyttah:
Lyttah Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2007  Professional Photographer
so cold one!
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:iconarachniabat:
arachniabat Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow! Reminds me of a Myst game! Very cool.
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alexandernvm Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2005
this is such a surreal photograph
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fadedoak Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005
This reminds me of America being the "power country" or thinking it is. And all the little unimportant places. But those un-important places, really bring in the true color to the world.

I dont know, Its just what I thought. If I dont tell you what a wonderful image it is, -looks up- 70 some comments, I think you have been told the un-orginal before, that the contrast is great. Image is lovely. Your gallery is insane.
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Docca Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2005
This is deffinately a :+fav: for me! Love the composition, tones, subjects, in short: great stuff! :)
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:iconjem16:
Jem16 Featured By Owner May 25, 2005   Photographer
wow its a very powerful piece...
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:iconingrid-fabiola:
ingrid-fabiola Featured By Owner May 3, 2005
nice! i love your gallery! great colours, atmosphere and light! Ill watch you!

You would mind to look though my gallery and maby leave a comment? that would be nice! :)
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:iconvirginsuicide123:
virginsuicide123 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oh wow...very very very very good.
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:iconsoulskater:
soulskater Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2005   Photographer
i like the ship part, but the sailboats look fake, like the were added in.
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:icondyer-consequences:
Dyer-Consequences Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2005
The sky is way to blown out, in my oppinion ruins the photo.
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:iconhesitation:
hesitation Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
It was my intention :)
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:icondyer-consequences:
Dyer-Consequences Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2005
k just not my thing
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:icondottiemaggie:
dottiemaggie Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2004
your home planet?

wahahah..sorry, i couldn't resist. i'm on vacation, i'm allowed to be stupid =P

loving how the searingly sunny sky is eating the water for lunch. chomp chomp. no more water. if there were an emoticon of a sun going chomp chomp, i'd put it right here. don't doubt that for a minute.

.maggie
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:iconwingsofwrath:
wingsofwrath Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome. does look like a sort of starship, eventhough it's probably just a ferry...
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:icondivmang:
divmang Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
excellent one, really looks like a starcraft :)
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:iconiwakami:
iwakami Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2004   Traditional Artist
............Its the planet bob.
lol, Boats are cool..................but I am paranoid to go out on the water..................I watch too many when sharks attack and that sort of stuff..-__-
Awesome picture though, ^^
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tiktoklock Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2004   Photographer
This is a great shot. Love the contrast from dark boat from top to bottom to the free floating light colored saiboats in the distance.....to the fade to white horizon.
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juangriego Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2004
fabulous shot, reminds a lot my island, you took this wonderful shot from a port or since a ship? is interesting like the look is lost in the immensity of the sea, you managed to grasp very well that detail, also the contrast between the mechanical thing and rustic of the metal in comparison with the happy thing and smooth of the sailboats its so pleasant to the eyes :)
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alan-whit Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2004
Very clever, normally an over exposed area would expand and take over a sharp edge so close.

Any "longer" and it might have!

Alan
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openxsky Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2004
very interesting perspective and composition.
good job!!
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:iconkranz:
kranz Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2004
I completly agree with ranvier,
"However, this beautiful shot is otherwise mauled by the uninvited hand of another photographer at the right side of the photo."

other than that guys arm, this is a great photo!
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:iconjarofjuice:
jarofjuice Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2004
Planet Zebes perhaps? Perfect contradiction between traditional sailboats and what I assume is a high-tech warship or something alien on the right.
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:iconlordgonz:
lordgonz Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2004
hey ! i asked you ..what is it ?
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:iconjustblue:
justblue Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2004   Writer
Yes, the capture of grand paradox. (I love it)
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CyanideTeaparty Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2004
Wow. I love how sharp it is and the lighting.^_^
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:iconmholzem:
mholzem Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2004
Is there a reason this appeared in my devwatch? Anything you updated?
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alteredreality Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2004
Love how the sky kinda melds into the water. :nod:
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paulreid Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2004
Interesting loss of the horizon, I think that gives the shot maximum depth. I'd be worried for those sailors though, and did you spot the horse looking out of the window? The heat is getting to me :rofl:
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onewingstudios Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2004   Photographer
yeh thats yummy. i like the way it looks like a fantasy. something dreamt but you know youve seen it before. colours work well with the blacks aswell, good mixture of interest. captured more than just the photo did that camera
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trinkster Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2004
Thats breathtaking. I have to fav that. Its just too pretty.:)
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chymera Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2004
really do lvoe the contrasts of lighting all in teh same frame, the harshness exaggerated on the lifeboats and the angular fade of the ship so harsh and mechanical, while the same harsh light seems to feather the sailboats, making their small shapes and forms so much more delicate in comparison..
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blacksub Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2004   Photographer
Planet of the war machine, excelent shot! :thumbsup:
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:icontyraxor:
Tyraxor Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2004
Wow, it looks great! Nice contrast between the dark and the light. Tech and traditional. Giant and tiny. Just awesome!
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kil1k Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
looks good :) i like the perspective of the main building on the right...and the little ships, floating here and there are great too :)

well done again ! :D
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ramdom Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2004
~ the sense of scale and some distant future tech aspect made this really stand out. great shot hesi...
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red5 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2004
F#@!ing awesome!!! :headbang:
I love the almost black and white color of the cruise ship highlighted by the slight blue of the water and other boats.
Nice perspective, composition, and contrast.

What gets me is how powerful something so inanimate like the cruise ship is. It's like the when you see the Death Star in Star Wars for the first time. Very cool.
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shanijill Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2004
you have such a great eye for photography
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mattdanna Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2004  Hobbyist Interface Designer
That's beautiful Hesi. I love the point of view and contrast.
Nice job.
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nenemosha Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2004
very pretty. I love the sharpness of the image.
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ranvier Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2004
Nicely taken picture i must confess. Very clear and sharp at the appropriate places. :) However, this beautiful shot is otherwise mauled by the uninvited hand of another photographer at the right side of the photo.
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Zlatty Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2004  Professional Photographer
the ship thingy you took this shot from is the coolest thing ever
the way that the light hits it and makes the little shadows stand out and look so interesting ... nice work
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Wisteria24 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2004  Student
my family stayed on the QM2 in athens at the olimpics. the 24 hour food was great wasnt it? :D
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Wisteria24 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2004  Student
the lighting is spectacular! especally consitering the fact that the queen mary's life boats r white and orange. (0r they were when i was on it...)
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sir-brodie Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2004
i love the effect the overexposion gives...
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mholzem Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2004
I really like it, but I cannot comment on it because... well... I dunno why......
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unnoticed Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2004
Wow, what a contrast. The right-hand side is so technical, so complex, so hard... reminds me of the Matrix for some reason. It really almost clashes with the supreme calm of the water and the carefree vibe that sailboats seem to give off... I love the way the horizon line fades into the sky, but yet you catch a tiny, tiny glimpse of it through some very small window of this boat/whatever it is!
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bule Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2004   Photographer
I agree with `superkev on the sharpness and softness of the focus in regard to the ship and the small boats in the background.
I also like the way the light is overexposed from behind the ship.

How was the cruise on the Queen Mary 2? :)
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:iconhesitation:
hesitation Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2004  Hobbyist Photographer
It was the best vacation in my LIFE
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:iconbule:
bule Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2004   Photographer
I can imagine! I'm green with envy... :jealous:

I remember watching the building of the Queen Mary 2 on Discovery this summer... An amazing machine!
What kind of fun stuff apart from lounging around did you do? How long was the trip?
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