Coteau du Lac, Québec - Canada
Tech data: Canon 5D, Canon 17-40L, 15 sec F22 @ 22mm. 3 stop soft Grad Filter and Polarizer
I was really lucky here. I had things to do all day and at the last minute I decided to grab my gear and drive. I really couldn't find a great spot and the sky started changing color really fast. By looking at the clouds I knew this was going to be a great sunset. I was really getting pissed that I would miss such a beautiful one. Luckily I saw this little park and a river at the end of it. I quickly parked and started running because time was running out. I was really not in a good location and missed most of that terrific light but happy I managed to get one quick shot before it quickly disappeared.
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soulkarma (264) 2007-11-05 6:31
Well i definately think your last minute decision paid off. The colors are incredible, especially the water. Although the color seems a bit saturated right where the sun is setting, the river is incredible.
miumiu (6113) 2007-11-05 6:33
Wonderful moment and colours!
Greg_ (52) 2007-11-05 6:37
ryant (0) 2007-11-05 6:39
Awesome picture with great composition, point of view.
jjcordier (79297) 2007-11-05 6:43
Fantastiques couleurs. La pose longue permet de très beaux effets.
jusninasirun (17527) 2007-11-05 6:48
Brilliant Pat! Love the composition and drama exibits in this shot.
veyselk (0) 2007-11-05 6:52
wonderful shot :) colours are wonderful... thanks for sharing...
Sureyya (358) 2007-11-05 7:20
Göğün mavi, kızıl ve sarılığı
Suyun sisli akışkanlığı
renkler, bakış açısı
ve taşların dokusu çok güzel.
serdarakyay (550) 2007-11-05 7:36
it was lucky time.but your exposure chosing is the most important decied ı think. low exposure was given fascinating atmosphere.
jplebrun (21208) 2007-11-05 8:06
beau jeu de couleurs dans le ciel et de cette eau en cheveux d'ange, bravo.
gneufeld (15890) 2007-11-05 8:08
Just noticed your gallery a few day ago and will be watching it with great interest. Am curious about your technical applications in a general sense. Without disclosing your trade secrets, does your editing include additional saturation or other color modifications because to my untrained eye, some of the colors appear somewhat unnatural? Would appreciate your comments. As to this photo, I am impressed by how you use time exposure techniques to capture the movement of water. Great shot and thanks for sharing on TE. Gerald
kiks (12759) 2007-11-05 8:14
Hi Pat, good choice of POV to make maximum use of the cloud and landschape lines to create depth. Lovely colours and great result on the water with the long exposure.
claudio74 (7263) 2007-11-05 8:51
Very nice picture,well composed,colours are wonderful,you managed reallly well the exposure for a great result.
rgarrigus (0) 2007-11-05 9:27
Great capture of these colors. Nature gave you some fabulous light but your positioning of the rivulets in the foreground and the slow shutter speed really make this sumptuous. Beautiful.
dilane (861) 2007-11-05 11:26
Paysage grandiose, couleurs extraordinaires, photo fantastique-Great Shot -
cam (9043) 2007-11-05 15:35
This is my home, and for a long time, I have wondered what I can do at this place.Now, thanks to you, you have opened a door to a lot of possibilities.
Here is my take on this spot.
Have a good week
cargus (10566) 2007-11-05 21:35
Wonderful colours!wonderful shot!
anes_lc (14968) 2007-11-06 3:32
even if i was having the most beautiful place in the world i was not succedd to take a picture like this...but like your title say ...i never surrend :)
great ,fantstic,gorgeause ...and much more
toto (0) 2007-11-10 2:32
Belle photo de ce lac du Canada, les couleurs sont vraiment superbes, elles donnent l'impression que vousetes monter photographier le paradi,quelle beauté quelle pureté,vraiment elle va dans mes favorite avec beaucoups de plaisir.
derek3755 (2341) 2008-06-09 23:25
beautiful colourful sunset, love the slow shutter speeds effect on the water.
- Copyright: Pat Di Fruscia (Timecatcher) (2513)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2007-11-03
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D
- Exposure: f/22, 15 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2007-11-05 6:27
- Favorites: 3 [view]