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Steady and Sailing no where

Posted by
Srinivas Koduri (Wheeling, IL, United States) on 29 September 2006 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

<<First in the series
After drenching you in rain drops its cape cod landscapes. I consider this photograph one of my best images personally for various reasons. Shooting this gave me immense satisfaction as a photographer, it mulitplied my quest for shooting landscapes. This came out very well than i thought, though i took it almost running back to the car.
Unlike my usual post processing process, I almost did no photoshopping on this one except for a little saturation boost and vingnetting the edges.
This is the same boat from this landscape shot but on a different day, it was laying there from a long time i guess since whenever i go it is there.
Now the philosophy part.
Altough pictures like this mention solitude somewhere in their description or title, i see this at a different perspective of life, steadiness.
If you are the boat.
Tides are like money in your life.
During Low tides your boat always stands still and steady.
During High tides your boat will start wobbling then eventually move away into the ocean without proper anchoring.

SONY DSC-P150 1/10 second F/3.5 ISO 100 13 mm

SONY DSC-P150
1/10 second
F/3.5
ISO 100
13 mm