Ship in the Ice

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  1. osirus

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    Took this one yesterday. desaturated the colours a bit in PS. liked the look of it. :)

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    Oh very nice! I like the colors too.
     
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    I like this, but now I'm curious to see what the original looked like :)
     
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    Thanks, :)

    Il post the version with the colours unaltered in a bit.
    Im on my Playstation3 right now so i cant paste the link in
     
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    Very nice. I have a few pics of the same Ship, its on Lake Ontario. I go by it often on my way home from Niagara On the Lake. Only had a P&S last time I was there, will be stopping by on my next trip that way.

    Ship Info
    It was originally a Trois Rivieres automobile and passenger ferry. It was later converted to a small freighter, and still later served as a fanciful replica of Jaques Cartier's La Grande Hermine - but used as a floating restaurant during Expo 67 in Montreal. ----- Replica Ship Destroyed by Fire 01/26/03
     
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    I was hoping for lots of snow and ice on it.. but nope. what ya gonna do.

    they were going to use it as a resturant there before it got set on fire.


    heres the pic with normal colour.

    looked to 'happy and warm' for me :p

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    Thanks for sharing the original ... and I like what you did to it in pp, it really adds something. Very nice shot!! Be proud!! :)
     
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    I like them both...Nice captures!!!
     
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    wow great capture....love them both
     
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    I really like the first one better. Makes me think of the scenes from davy jones locker in the last pirates of the caribbean movie. Great shot!
     

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