Icebergs in NL

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  1. HDPIX

    HDPIX TPF Noob!

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    I took these shots on May 17, this past Saturday, in St. John's, NFLD, Canada. They don't have too much of a professional "look" to them, but I thought I'd share them anyway! :) They were taken from Signal Hill, I didn't have any other option/way to get closer to them (and these were the only two we saw this day).
    Comments & any feedback are always appreciated! =)

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    Thanks for viewing!
    -Heather
     
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    I like #4, there is some cool "layering" of the foreground and a nice sky
     
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    I'd say you've done as well at capturing them as you could. I like #2 the most, looks like some beautiful water. I think that building (and lighthouse?) way down there would make a really nice photo if you have a zoom lens.

    How fast do the icebergs move?

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    Thank you Coldow & JCphoto!
    JCphoto; it seems that, while looking at them, that they will never move! But once you turn your head they could be in a whole new place. It depends on wind direction and ocean currents. Sometimes they will move faster than others. Very interesting pieces of nature!
     

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