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I don't have much to say about this one other than that, for me at least, it's one of those shots where everything seems to come together – the light, the boat, the waves and the sand.

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5.05pm on 23/3/07
Canon 5D
EF 24-70 f/2.8L USM
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C1 Pro
16x9 + travel [Dubai, UAE]
comment by Gavin at 09:07 PM (GMT) on 7 April, 2007

Your right, it does all come together. I love this one. Superb.

comment by Minh at 03:09 AM (GMT) on 8 April, 2007

Love the vintage washed out tones. Reminds me of this person's work: http://cellointhbasemnt.deviantart.com/gallery/
Really feels timeless!

comment by djn1 at 07:43 PM (GMT) on 8 April, 2007

Thanks both.

comment by ListenToEisley at 12:28 AM (GMT) on 9 April, 2007

This one has sort of an eerie feeling to it. Incoming storm sorta feel. Good series though.

comment by owen-b at 12:32 AM (GMT) on 9 April, 2007

Wow... 3 comments...?? Least popular chromasia shot ever?? ;)

comment by antmanbee at 08:18 AM (GMT) on 9 April, 2007

David, what on earth is the black fudge invading this photograph from the right? Is your Canon in trouble or are you just post processing just that little bit too much

comment by djn1 at 08:23 AM (GMT) on 9 April, 2007

owen-b: no, if you go back for enough there are some with no comments at all ;-)

antmanbee: I wondered if anyone would think that I'd deliberately darkened the right side of this one. I didn't: it's just a consequence of the light falling off as you move further away from the sun (which is immediately to the left of this shot).

comment by David Nicol at 01:01 PM (GMT) on 16 April, 2007

great tones, gives it a very distinct feeling. lovely uncluttered composition as well.