Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Stormy sea

Here is a photo of a storm at sea, with a log of driftwood in the foreground. Like many photographers, I will at times try to find an object in the foreground to add depth to a distant scene being photographed.

We are showing photos of the Borromeo Islands of Lake Maggiore, Italy, this week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

9 comments:

JM said...

I'm all for blue skies and turquoise/emerald waters, but I have to agree stormy seas make for some really great photos like this one is. Fantastic!

Sharon said...

I have to agree with JM. This makes a most dramatic photo!

Lois said...

Dramatic is the word I thought of too! Very nice.

Jacob said...

The sea can be a frightening place...it is so very powerful. One gets a real sense of that in a hurricane!

Thanks for your kind words, Dave. They mean a lot!

Margaret said...

Lots of different textures in this photo!

Jarart said...

This must be what they call an angry sea! Beautiful!

Irina said...

Low and dark sky reflecting in the sea is so powerful.
Some photographers find out about compositional laws in their friends' blogs..

brattcat said...

These storms you show us from time to time are so dramatic. This is a moody, moving shot.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

nice composition

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