Fantastic sunset at the Port of Antwerp

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jaggedhorizon Senior Member • Posts: 2,208
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The colours were unreal.

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Pentax645 Regular Member • Posts: 466
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An image that straddles the real/surreal divide nicely. All of us are looking for the uncommon....I think you have it here. Well done.

………...Larry

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Rod Baakkonen
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Wow, The reflections are great. Thanks for sharing.

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Excellent work thanks

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gavin Veteran Member • Posts: 7,466
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great shot

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mfinley Senior Member • Posts: 4,123
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wow!

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locke_fc Senior Member • Posts: 1,246
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Love the tones. Great job.

vzlnc Regular Member • Posts: 463
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Very nice!!

stretchman Senior Member • Posts: 1,032
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Yes, wonderful image.

OP jaggedhorizon Senior Member • Posts: 2,208
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Pentax645 wrote:

An image that straddles the real/surreal divide nicely. All of us are looking for the uncommon....I think you have it here. Well done.

………...Larry

Many thanks Larry!

It was indeed surreal. While I did some PP,  I really didn't need to do much at all (except for the stitching of course), and I'm still not 100% decided if I don't actually prefer the version using my standard import preset, which is pretty basic.

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OP jaggedhorizon Senior Member • Posts: 2,208
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Rod Baakkonen wrote:

Wow, The reflections are great. Thanks for sharing.

Thank you Rod! I got lucky, the water was quite calm (even when raindrops started, for a few minutes)

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OP jaggedhorizon Senior Member • Posts: 2,208
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Thank you everyone for your comments!  Glad to see the image transmits the feelings I had when I was there...which could indeed be summarised as "wow".

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1Dx4me Veteran Member • Posts: 9,435
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love the colors and reflection--well framed.  it looks real nice when it is enlarged to see the detail.

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frenchy01 Regular Member • Posts: 432
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Wow Cedric, fantastic light and reflections! Used to live in Belgium near Antwerp (back to France now), the nearest I went to the location of your picture was het Pirateneiland with mij nieces when they were kids, but that's already some time now...
and I surely did not see any part of the "Antwerpse haven" with this pretty light!

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Timotis77 Regular Member • Posts: 356
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jaggedhorizon wrote:

Pentax645 wrote:

An image that straddles the real/surreal divide nicely. All of us are looking for the uncommon....I think you have it here. Well done.

………...Larry

Many thanks Larry!

It was indeed surreal. While I did some PP, I really didn't need to do much at all (except for the stitching of course), and I'm still not 100% decided if I don't actually prefer the version using my standard import preset, which is pretty basic.

I love it, not over done with PP.....

how many in the pano?

what did you use to stitch it with?

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OP jaggedhorizon Senior Member • Posts: 2,208
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Timotis77 wrote:

jaggedhorizon wrote:

Pentax645 wrote:

An image that straddles the real/surreal divide nicely. All of us are looking for the uncommon....I think you have it here. Well done.

………...Larry

Many thanks Larry!

It was indeed surreal. While I did some PP, I really didn't need to do much at all (except for the stitching of course), and I'm still not 100% decided if I don't actually prefer the version using my standard import preset, which is pretty basic.

I love it, not over done with PP.....

how many in the pano?

what did you use to stitch it with?

I stitched 7 photos with Lightroom - quite happy with the result!

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jaggedhorizon wrote:

Pentax645 wrote:

An image that straddles the real/surreal divide nicely. All of us are looking for the uncommon....I think you have it here. Well done.

………...Larry

Many thanks Larry!

It was indeed surreal. While I did some PP, I really didn't need to do much at all (except for the stitching of course), and I'm still not 100% decided if I don't actually prefer the version using my standard import preset, which is pretty basic.

The best ones only need a little PP.

Unusual and very good image!

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Mark_A
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Very nice shot.

Looks even better in large.

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