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Storm Reflected

By Animalsmagic
Now i know that the composition is not great, but there is just something about the way it looks that appeals to me. Taken on Arillas Beach in Corfu just after a wonderful storm i just loved the reflections through the sand, and i may have had an ouzo or 4 Smile

Tags: Sunset Beach General Greece Corfu Landscape and travel Night and low light

Voters: bertty, GERRYGENTRY, lianna and 18 more


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bertty 11 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2010 6:29PM
nothing wrong with comp...I think its very atmospheric.

dave

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lianna 10 13 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2010 6:34PM
a really lovely landscape, great colours and reflection of the sun off the wet sand x x
maryg 11 66 18 Scotland
23 Mar 2010 6:41PM
Ooozing ouzo ,captures the wonderful atmosphere of a Corfu beach, beautiful tones an a lovely quality i the water
Mary
andylea 11 37 1 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2010 7:04PM
this has it all so all i am going to say is STUNNING! Wink
andy
borrower 10 4 England
23 Mar 2010 7:32PM
Super comp, wonderful sunset, love the silhouetted detail.
Louise
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11 10 10 England
23 Mar 2010 7:50PM
Love the comp. and the colour and tones are beautiful.
Joan.
Anjantoo 12 7 1 England
23 Mar 2010 8:59PM
Even after the ouzo you've produced a stunner! glorious colours.
Jann
xxx
Animalsmagic 10 2 1 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2010 10:20PM
Thank you for all those wonderful comments, i really was not sure about this one because i dont usually 'do' sunsets but you have made my night !!!

Mark
24 Mar 2010 4:09PM
Stunning
DRicherby 11 269 726 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2010 11:17PM
Composition looks reasonable to me — the reflections in the sand make it quite symmetrical so the horizon in the middle isn't too bad. However, I would have been tempted to tilt the camera down a bit and place the horizon two-thirds of the way up the frame. Those reflections are so good that we don't really need to see the storm and its reflection — just show the reflection, as per your title!

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