excercising on a beautiful beach in Nungwi, the most northern village of Zanzibar.
today is my last day in Africa, flying back to the UK tomorrow.
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pat0500 (21561) 2007-01-18 8:53
I wish you a good flight and happy voyage ,good return to you.
Thank you for these beautiful images.
Good shot here, good point of view and good effect.
Luko (13978) 2007-01-18 9:09
Something about a fleeting moment, not really your usual point of view though. In B&W, it might have been something from Peter K., except perhaps that it's a little too peaceful for him.
Soft, textured (or giving the impression to be so), mindresting.. I quite like it that way, even though the linear horizontal composition feels a bit static.
Anyway, looking forward to see how's East Africa through your frame and you coped with a different continent.
Homerhomer (4080) 2007-01-18 10:08
gosh Maciek, this is soooo beautifull, just love everything about it. Luko brings up Peter K, not sure if he meant me or not, I however would draw comparisons to couple of beach images Alain took in India. Fantastic work, a bit out of your usual territory, inspiring I would add.
Luko also mentions peacefull, I am not sure, I would rather say that the image is a bit like a canvas where each one of us can finish it off with our own stories and emotions, I could see it as peacefull, but also I am getting a feeling of separation, missing a loved one, the person with arms spread out can be enjyong the peace, and searching for it.
Just beautifull, to be honest in a last little while there have been very few photographs that really impress me, this one truly does.
Polonaise (5802) 2007-01-18 11:49
Nowe szaty cesarza…?
Przeciez cesarz jest nagi…
(Naiwne dziecko w tlumie)
Zycze szczesliwego powrotu.
Galeota (10338) 2007-01-18 12:17
I also like it, even though I don't really think this is the result of your photographic expertise... This reminds me of my youngster years (10-20). So many evenings with the same atmosphere...
Darren (6823) 2007-01-19 0:26
Hi Maciek. For me there are some strong points here, but also some weak points. The strong points are the colors and the bottom half of the photo. I love the blur on the man and on the moving water. What I don't care for though is how the blur has affected the ships. I wish they were a little clearer; maybe not razor sharp, but sharper. I know IS does wonderful things, but I can't help but think that this shot calls for a tripod. Of course, I could be wrong, and the boats would still be too blurred with a 'pod, but I have a feeling we are seeing camera shake more than motion blur.
nicoz (1979) 2007-01-19 4:17
Welcome back in the UK then!
Quite simple and effective, and not as peacefull as it looks I'd say... On he contrary, I think that it's a bit anguishing somehow.
Furachan (0) 2007-01-19 6:13
Beuatiful dreamy sht,Maciej. It doesn't looklike your shot - the mass of blur is very unlike you, but I like it - I find this one intensely oetic and beautiful. great colors!
Albrecht (11279) 2007-01-19 8:40
You have dcreated a very special effect with a rather simple picture. Interesting. I don't know if I like it but it is a original picutre this way.
SamB (1948) 2007-01-19 15:43
All the best on your return. The blur on the boats may bother me a little bit... but i feel like if you stuck this picture on a tripod it would feel rather boring and static. Instead, you managed to hold it sharp enough to be significant, but the blure gives it a very moving feel, a fleeting and ephemeral peace that really holds my interest.