Oasis of the Seas (Cruise Ship)
This giant cruise ship is about 360 meters long, nearly 50 meters wide, the largest in the ocean. The volume is about five times in "Titanic". She has 16 decks and can accommodate 6,000 travelers and 2,000 crew members, total over 8,000 people.
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MJR (3360) 2012-05-16 6:28
All this on a ship ? Whatever next...
Still it overcomes the problem of who gets the window cabins I suppose.
Great POV to give us this image, and good composition too.
I still can't believe my eyes ...
abmdsudi (42540) 2012-05-16 7:11
Wonderful colours and perfect light to show off the subtle tones of this liner. A superb view in excellent symmetry which is perfect to keep the eye into the perspective. The point of view gives us the opportunity to exploit the features imcclude the floating oasis, a real eye puller there, and contrast against blue sky is so remarkable. A great photographic work, my friend. An elegant cruiser, well taken. Congrats
Sonata11 (33225) 2012-05-16 21:19
Wow !!!! What a fabulous architecture, charming passages, so many interesting details with an amazing perspective, symmetry and fantastic management of light, color, sharpness, perfect clarity. Marvellous execution photo job. An excellent result. Wonderful work. Thanks for sharing. Perfectly well done.
All the best,
mirosu (13340) 2012-05-17 1:11
Perfect POV/DOF. Very nice symmetry and great details.Nicely done Tiffany.
adramad (37285) 2012-05-17 7:57
Great composition with great perspective of this great transatlantic, beautiful colors, good sharpness and optimum clarity. Well done.
mvinagre (849) 2012-05-17 14:25
Great POV of the ship,Very nice colors.
annjackman (19189) 2012-05-20 1:16
It is hard to believe that a ship can be this big. The large atrium is an interesting design and I guess can't be seen from shore. Your POV and symmetry is impressive. The light management and sharpness are both spot on. Very well done and TFS.
Noel_Byrne (23252) 2012-05-27 9:23
Oh what would I not give to board this magnificent ship tomorrow and sail the seas in such luxury. Beautiful and unusual capture of a mighty vessel.
batalay (35365) 2012-12-11 7:35
What an astonishing floating city this is. I like very much the vantage point you've chosen, yielding a symmetric perspective. Although I am primarily a scientist/artist/author, I spend about a month total each year giving lectures on a couple of cruises. These cruises have been on the Crystal Serenity and Seabourn and Silverseas lines, that have ships all 900-1000 passengers. How do they handle the logistics of dining, embarkation, disembarkation...
Warm regards, Tiffany,
- Copyright: Tiffany Liu (Oceania) (4766)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-11-27
- Categories: Transportation
- Camera: Nikon D-90
- Exposure: f/18.0, 1/80 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Travelogue: Oasis of the Seas Cruise
- Date Submitted: 2012-05-16 5:38