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