Brackish Waters

© Christopher C. Davis

Brackish Waters

Uploaded: May 04, 2005 06:08:24

Description

f/4 1/125 sec 40mm ISO 100

An image of a boat cruising up the Intercoastal Waterway taken from a rest stop along Rt 17 in N.C. Cloned out all the dense vegetation to make it appear as if it were sailing into oblivion.

Comments

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic May 04, 2005

Very nice B&W Shelly #244767

Kevin Burns May 04, 2005

Beautiful reflection on the water and stunning image!! #1319611

Susan Patton May 04, 2005

Stunning is right. It looks as if it's floating on glass. #1320172

Carol Brill May 04, 2005

Very dramatic capture, Christopher, your use of B&W really enhances the contrast and composition here! #1320571

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic August 25, 2005

Very nice...I love B&W! You have a beautiful gallery :) #1765312

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