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golden hour (#4 of 5)
21-FEB-2008

golden hour (#4 of 5)

Sunrise
Lake Alexandrina, Milang, South Australia

How fortunate that the rapidly moving black swan
stayed within the field of view just long enough!


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bill friedlander06-Nov-2008 16:53
Lovely red tones. Love the wake of the bird being parallel to the horizon. V
Yiannis Pavlis24-May-2008 13:00
Well seen, beautifully captured and presented.Beautiful light.V
©Lux28-Feb-2008 16:48
WOW!
spectacular sunrise!V!
Gus Rosenfeld24-Feb-2008 04:44
Perfect minimal - g
Noel Saratan21-Feb-2008 07:31
Absolutely spectacular!! v
Paco López21-Feb-2008 06:50
Excellent!!!! V!
Mindy McNaugher21-Feb-2008 04:04
Exquisite sunrise! Vote!
Joanne Kamo21-Feb-2008 02:26
Perfect timing, just love the colors and that tiny spec of a sun, awesome image. V
Cindi Smith21-Feb-2008 01:38
Now that is one huge lake! This is stunning! What a gorgeous scene!
Yvonne21-Feb-2008 01:14
Love how you caught the bird in the sky too, gorgeous light & superb capture Brian!v
marie-jose wolff20-Feb-2008 23:04
wonderful light!
I like this sober and elegant composition! V
Silvia Roitman20-Feb-2008 22:34
excellent composition!!!
Jola Dziubinska20-Feb-2008 21:31
Very very nice.
Sue Robertson20-Feb-2008 21:13
A drop dead gorgeous image. .
Máire Uí Mhaicín20-Feb-2008 21:09
Golden liquid, golden air,molten sun. Beautiful. -v-
olivier bruning20-Feb-2008 21:09
gorgeous vision! V
Soenda20-Feb-2008 21:06
Sorry...I see from your comments that this is a great lake, not the ocean. In such a grand expanse it has the same visual impact. Dazzling.
Brinn MacDougall20-Feb-2008 21:03
Beautiful capture and it's great to have the swan, very nice..v
Soenda20-Feb-2008 21:03
The sky and the water look like great membranes converging, one pushing down on the other, connecting above the sun. Isn't it wondrous to realize that the color sweeping across the entire vista, sky and sea, comes all from a single, tiny bright dot?

A sublime tapestry of shades being woven on the spot by a black swan shuttlecock.
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