|Copyright: Nadine Rouleau (Nadine) (91)|
|Date Taken: 2005-01-20|
|Camera: Nikon D70, 18-70 mm DX|
|Exposure: 1/60 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-02-24 14:47|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Water and Ice. Force and Fluidity. Solid and vaporous. A force of nature, so calm, but sometime so destructive...|
This is a part of the St-Lawrence River, in Quebec city. The day was so bright, the temperature was really good. In the morning, the water is almost always calm, and this morning in particular, the water was like a mirror.The little icebergs were floatting, gently rocked by the water. The reflections of the ice was interesting, so I took this picture. Just after, a sea lion appears...sorry, he was too fast for me...:-)
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From the thumbnail I first thought this was a photo about clouds. Beautiful, crisp, sharp, and wonderful capture. You have done well on this one. Lighting is amazing. TFS
- [2005-02-25 4:04]
Very interesting photo Nadine. Great composition, very clear and sharp. Colours good too. Well done.
Nice composition Nadine. Superb POV. The reflection is beautiful and the blues in the image are very relaxing. Your note is good and I like the title. Well done. TFS
Nice shot, sharp and clear. I would clone out the ice on top.
Great capture, I love the shards of ice. You were lucky to get such a sunny day.