Peter Iredale Beach
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skibreeze7

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Location: Astoria OR US
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Wreck of the Peter Iredale, Ft. Stevens State Park, Oregon Coast


D80, F/11, 1/2 sec, ISO 100, Sigma 10-20mm @ 10mm, 3-stop GND filter
· Date: Sun 20-July-2008 · Views: 3370 · Filesize: 100.8KB, 324.8KB · Dimensions: 678 x 900 ·
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hawkie
Location: CT US
Posts: 1,028
Mon 21-July-2008 09:07

Wow! Very nice photo. Love the colors.
Markus43
Location: El Cajon CA US
Posts: 61
Mon 21-July-2008 12:10

Awesome impact!
MArk
N1YZ


Location: AL US
Posts: 1
Tue 22-July-2008 10:12

Very nice light....and timing!
Joschi
Location: Donaueschingen DE
Posts: 69
Thu 24-July-2008 11:10 Rating: 9 

This image is awesome! Had to look at the image a very long time... Exciting.. :-)
Light Effect 2414

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Location: Edinburg NY US
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Fri 25-July-2008 06:27

You were certainly there at the right time! The ship hulk is obviously a perfect silhouette for the cloud pattern. Nice job!
skibreeze7

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Location: Astoria OR US
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Thu 31-July-2008 08:07

Thanks for all the uplifting comments.


What was interesting about the 'timing' of this shot, was that there were about 8-10 other photographers about 20 yards to my left, every one of them apparently fixated on capturing the sun (to my right) as it was setting behind the ship. Unfortunately, none of them were paying attention to the cloud formation, or how aligning its position with the ship could make a winning composition. I was the only one who bothered moving to the northeast side of the ship, to get this image.