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Copyright: Tony Prower (hugeknot) (106)
Rodzaj: Landscapes
Medium: Kolorowe
Data wykonania: 2009-11
Kategorie: River
Aparat: Canon 5DMk2, Canon EF 24mm f/1.4 USM
Wersja zdjęcia: Oryginalna wersja
Dodano: 2009-11-17 14:46
Oglądane: 6242
Ulubione: 2 [Widok]
Punkty: 14
[Noty - Informator] Notatki Autora
At Ţingvellir national park, Iceland, the Öxarárfoss waterfall drops into the chasm created by the shifting tectonic plates. This water falls from America into Europe!
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Hello Tony,
Amazing shot with beautiful color tones & waterfall. TFS

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  • Mello Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 143 W: 34 N: 480] (2419)
  • [2009-11-17 19:15]

Very nice picture Tony. TFS.

Hi Tony,

Once again another amazing landscape shot. Great colors in the sky and nice lighting. Brilliant exposure on the waterfall as well.
Great capture and TFS


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  • NinaM Gold Star Critiquer [C: 773 W: 3 N: 1157] (4077)
  • [2009-11-18 5:33]

Beautiful, Tony, wonderful waterfall shot, with the nice and smooth water in a landscape specific to Iceland. Thanks!


Hello Tony
composizione davvero incredibile sia per i dettagli che per la luce che sei riuscito a ritrarre nel movimento dell'acqua in un momento della giornata in cui tutto tende a nascondersi con il crepuscolo. Great.

Hello Tony! Amazing landscape, amazing sunset, wonderful light and bright, good contrast. Perfect exposure and capture. Great effect. Well done!

Hi Tony,
You keep producing these amazing moody photos. You certainly show us the beauty of Iceland. There are certainly many things I like about this photo. But I feel that the central placement of the horizon makes this photo less dynamic than some of your others. I guess I would have like to see more of the falls and less of the clear sky. Am I correct that this is an HDR? It's hard to tell because its all kept nicely natural.

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