From A Cloud

Christopher Del Negro 6/22/2003 8:15:31 PM

This photo was made a B&W in P.S. using channel mixer and selecting monochrome, then adjust the sliders to taste.
Christopher Del Negro (Rocco) #41566

Cathy Barrows

gorgeous shot with a great angle, but the water in the Keys is so brilliant would like to see this in color also #123859

Christopher Del Negro

Thanks Kathy,
Iíll submit a color shot tomorrow.

Gary W. Lake

Wow! Talk about perspective! #123951

Carolyn M. Fletcher

Oh, yeah..this is great! Wonderful shot. #123998

Judith G. Secco

Wonderful shot, Christopher. Wow, this is great. I really like the b&w here.
Judy #124014

Jill Battaglia

Love this in bl&wh! Adds to the drama of the scene. Wonderful!! So sharp for a kayak shot. #124018

Gabriela Cunha

BEAUTIFUL shot! looks like a never ending bridge in a never ending story...
gy #124090

Gordon J. Evans

Outstanding shot!!! #124132

Christopher Del Negro

Thank you everyone for your comments, I really appreciate it.

Debbie S.

Beautiful shot!! #124386

Rod D. Gray

Looks more like the infinity bridge.

A road you could loose yourself on.

Great shot. #124398

Graham M

An excellant picture that would certainly have a good chance of being accepted in UK exhibitions.
I wondered if you croped a section of the sea off the bottom of the print, whether it would make the shot even more dramatic.

Graham M. #125518

Christopher Del Negro

I used a cropped version of this image on my business card and it looks very nice but the current dimensions are perfect for my 24x36 prints on canvas.


Judy M. Sayers

Fantastic shot Christopher!! #125950

Terri Sprinkle

This is a beautiful shot! I think the B&W enhances the image, from the depth of the clouds to the drama of the bridge angle. Can't believe you caught this from a kayak - more props to you just for the steady hand! :) #125955

Matthew Roybal

Awsome vanishing point! Props to you bro, very nice! #126016

LJ Corliss 7/7/2003 5:15:38 PM

Congrats to you :) #136384

Cathy Barrows 7/7/2003 6:30:52 PM

congrats...iknew this was a winner #136600

Christopher Del Negro 7/7/2003 9:00:30 PM

Thank you everyone for your comments, this really means a lot to me.

Gary W. Lake 7/8/2003 1:11:33 AM

Congrats Christopher - awesome finalist! #136988

Cheryl Meisel 7/8/2003 4:59:15 AM

AWESOME!!! Congrats! Cheryl #137229

Charlotte English 7/8/2003 9:20:58 PM

What a beautiful Moody Image! Great choice for B/W. Well composed, gives it lots of depth. I really love this! Congratulations and best of luck....I hope it wins BIG! ;o) #138055

Gabriela Cunha 7/14/2003 4:46:09 PM

congratulations : ) gy #142214

Serena Pierce 7/14/2003 4:53:30 PM

Congratulations!! #142232

Debbie S. 7/14/2003 5:06:23 PM

CONGRATS!!!!!!! SOOOOO well deserved! #142272

Evy Johansen 7/14/2003 7:38:27 PM

Congratulations on your well deserved win! Beautiful image! #142457

Connie L. Carpenter 7/14/2003 7:52:51 PM

WOW!!! On the thumb I thought it was the flood filter... what a mind blowing image!! Fantastic work... just great. #142481

Christopher Del Negro 7/14/2003 8:21:06 PM

Thank you everyone for your kind words and support, I truly appreciate it. And thank you Jim Miatke for a wonderful venue for us to share are work.
Christopher Del Negro

Mette Vendelboe Allison 7/15/2003 2:15:57 AM

Now THAT is an awesome, unusual perspective on a classic image! Great work- congrats! #142660

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas 7/15/2003 1:21:51 PM

Congratulations Christopher! It is really a beautiful image,
Amalia #143113

Guy D. Biechele 7/15/2003 4:01:09 PM

Superb and dramatic composition. This shot just jumps off the page. Congrats, on a well deserved win! #143198

Monika Sapek 7/15/2003 7:37:10 PM

Wonderful black and white photo. Love the perspective here! Many congratulations on your second place win, Christopher!

June Marie Sobrito 7/17/2003 9:26:29 AM

Beautiful work! Congratulations!! #144494

Michael McCook 7/17/2003 10:59:03 AM

This is such a great image. You've done a fantastic job converting it to B&W. I don't think you could have picked a better angle. At first I thought it was a composite of two images...the way the bridge seems to sink into the water. Congratulations! #144566

Amber J. Housey 7/22/2003 7:42:19 AM

Sorry to bother you again, but I want to tell you that I am very attracted to your photography style. Very nice work on all you have shared here. You deserve recognition as you did on this one. Again, I love the colors you find and capture. Thank you for sharing. #147986

Kathleen K. Parker 7/26/2003 7:52:08 PM

I love the way this looks in b/w.
From your kayak, eh? You must be pretty sure of yourself in it to bring your camera along. I am glad you did! Magnificient shot.
Kathleen #151201

Christopher Del Negro 7/26/2003 10:13:08 PM

Thanks Kathleen,
I kayak once a week, and always bring a camera. You never know what you might capture.
No mishaps yet. #151243

Kathleen R. Struckle 8/12/2003 9:36:18 PM

Chris, Congrats! Wondeful shot. Just great. Kathy Struckle #164419

Christopher Del Negro 8/12/2003 10:20:13 PM

Thanks Kathy #164431

Costas Partassides 12/27/2004 2:29:16 AM

imporesive photo. isnt it risking taking your slr on your kayak ? :) #997526

Natasha Ursula Pyle 5/20/2006 6:10:27 PM

When I saw this image in the florida gallery, I immediatly recognized it from your business card. Looked at your gallery too. Some nice photos.

Tell me. How do you protect your camera when kayaking? I would like very much to be able to do the same.

:) natasha, fellow paradise paddler (the one that works for the USDA) #2790435

Lori Carlson 4/18/2012 4:05:47 AM

Saw this featured in the recent SnapShot & it is indeed an eye-catching feature!!! Crisp dramatic subject in all it's beautiful surroundings!! Gorgeous shot, Christopher!! =) #10096880

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This is a shot of the Seven Mile Bridge in Marathon Key Florida from my kayak

Uploaded on 6/22/2003 8:04:27 PM All Time Best Photo Contest Staff Favorite Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner

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