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Its Over and Out

Posted by
Srinivas Koduri (Wheeling, IL, United States) on 1 October 2006 in Landscape & Rural.

I forgot to mention about the camera that i used since the last 3 posts(including this), it is my friend's camera. I left mine in the car. He asked me to use this brand new 7MP camera he bought for testing, while playing around.
I planned and started walking in the low tides towards the end of the land to right where the ocean begins, but guess iam little late. I cud'nt avoid the peace of the land in the frame here as i was not able to reach the end, by the time i reached there, the fireball has already said bye bye and gone down into the ocean.
Nevertheless i still like this 3 layered image in b&W though it included a bit of land.
Regarding cropping this image as well as the last one, I had included all the sky i shot but cropped away the lower parts, as time stamp was on(remember its my friend's camera and he wanted that way).

SONY DSC-P150 1/100 second F/5.2 ISO 100 24 mm

Michael Zhang from New York City, United States

There's something powerful about the bright sun in the middle of the frame, just staring at the viewer.

1 Oct 2006 1:32pm

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

I like the layered look too - B&W works well for this one.

1 Oct 2006 2:26pm

Shuva Brata Deb from Hyderabad, India

Did you sip beer after that?

1 Oct 2006 2:29pm

@Shuva Brata Deb: Wrong question shuva. I am non-alcoholic, non-smoking friendly photographer. :-)

Ryan Yam from Quezon City, Philippines

Healthy photographer eh? Maybe you're into more evil things? just kidding :) Anyway, I like how the B&W captured 3 different tones in your shot. If you look at it for a longer time, the middle part seems like the side of a piece of wood which was cut.

2 Oct 2006 1:13pm

Joey from Toronto, Canada

This is a great choice for a b&w - I Love th image Srinivas...

3 Oct 2006 7:52pm

1/100 second
ISO 100
24 mm