This panorama is stitched from 5 vertical frames.
The place is "Hadera lake" in Israel.
Baisicly it's an electrical factory located on a beautiful wild beach.
To make it look more friendly (ha!) the factory (which is sponsered by the Israeli goverment) built a little lake and park under it's hudge chimneyes (that you can find in other pictures in my gallery).
Does it work, do people think it's a small piece of heaven, or just a sureal joke?
See for yourself
Take a look at "A Different Look At Israel" presentations
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adind (738) 2004-11-27 5:51
you have done a great work...
Let me call you Image maker !
nice clouds and colours...
premels (2400) 2004-11-27 7:06
Darkness of the foreground, dark gleaming reflection on the water set up the sense of a threat. The row of trees standing out against the sky on the crest is the happiest part of the picture. They look a bit small and shy at the side of the chimneys.
dkeus31 (27733) 2004-11-27 8:03
Nice perspective and atmosphere.
Kenny10pin (19301) 2004-11-27 8:56
very nice pic, I like the scenery and also the calm and darkness of the pic, very good work and good shot
sayzey (2358) 2004-11-27 10:24
"I'm gonna rock down to Electric Avenue and then well take it higher" - Eddie Grant
It does look nice even though its a power station. i think that its a common tactic of industry to try and make themselves look better by adding things like lakes and parks near to their monsters!
Local to me there are large factories and a few of them have ponds whith ducks and even Swans! Ive even heard a rumour about a flamingo that lives in one, however its lost its pink colour because of the poloution!
udijw (392) 2004-11-28 3:30
A great picture, I did not see the three chimneys taken that way. I also like the social say you are adding with your note.
- Copyright: Gilad Benari (gilad33) (14318)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-11-19
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Nikon D70, Nikon AF-S DX 18-70m, B+W Circular Polarizing Filter
- Exposure: f/4.5, 1/80 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2004-11-27 4:58