Fogo Island Wharf at low tide

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  1. camperbc

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    Here's a panorama of my next door neighbor's wharf in the evening, taken long after the sun went down. The island you see in the foreground is the same one you have seen countless times in my postings, as it sits directly in front of my home.

    In the far distance you can see a line of land; that is Change Islands. about 4 miles distant. Years ago there was a fishing stage on the end of this wharf. (a building used for the processing and storage of the catch of the day)

    Three images taken handheld, with my Sony Alpha and kit lens, (18-70mm) and stitched together using Microsoft ICE.
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    Fantastic shot...love the subtle colours of the sunset, the typical rocky terrain of Newfoundland, and the wharf at low tide adding even more visual interest. :thumbup:
     
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    Interesting shot. I would edit the levels (lighting) though.
     
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    nikonlover, why on earth would I do that, as this is exactly how I saw it? I can't imagine changing this scene from what it really was; makes no sense to me, and is not why I take pictures.
     

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