Follow the path. It will lead you to the light.

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  1. Emils

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    Comments and criticisms welcomed. :)

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    Execellent shot. I bet it would look great in black and white.

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    I love the colors in the sky too much for black and white. Excellent shot.

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    that's awesome! everything's just right! i love it! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    Beautiful :D
     
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    Very nice shot, some people say not to shoot directly into sunlight, but i personally really like the effect. This is a stunning example of how shooting into the sun can make a very great photo.

    Great shot!
     
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    The detail in the water is incredible, and those clouds don't hurt either. I like this very much.
     
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    Thanks everyone for your feedback. It definitely helps to know what I'm doing right (and also wrong) so that I can improve. :)

    Just to add on a landscape version of the same scene. I term this one: "Sailing into the light". :)

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    Love this one too!
    the clouds are amazing and the horizon line is perfect :D
     
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    awsome shot. I love the reflection and how the horizon just drops off.
     
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    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    I really like the larger one over the tall one. It has a more astonishing effect as to how big the ocean really is. Very nicely done. I also agree that I like the colour (darn my Canadian spelling) over the B&W. (also cuz i tried it in B&W:biggrin:)
     

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