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Infinity, off the coast of Brazil, 2010

Infinity, off the coast of Brazil, 2010

There is always something to photograph on a cruise, even when the ship may be far out at sea. I enjoy finding cloud formations at sea that seem to tell a story on their own. Using a 24mm wideangle focal length, I was able to frame a series of clouds that seem to hang above the distant horizon, strung out over a velvety ocean along a deep blue sky. The image speaks of infinity the scene appears to go on forever.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5
1/800s f/8.0 at 5.1mm iso80 full exif

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Phil Douglis24-Mar-2011 19:40
When I made this image of thought of all of those cloudscapes you have made over the years, Tim. I was indeed in a "zen" like zone -- sitting out on my balcony does that to me on a cruise. It just seems to go on forever.
Tim May23-Mar-2011 21:00
You're getting very "zen" here phil. Like the feeling of this one.
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