- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2007-04-17 9:16]
Hi Radomir, wonderful postcard from Norway with splendid light and colors, very well done, ciao Silvio
- cloud (9539)
- [2007-04-17 9:33]
Very interesting note and nice shot from so far places. Wonderful colors.
- Bufo (4247)
- [2007-04-17 9:43]
it's been a while since I saw one of your pictures and now in the short moment at work I looked in the gallery and came across your image. Nice to see one again from Spitsbergen, and if I'm not mistaing this is Ossian sarsfjellet, a perfect spot to see Uria lomvia and two Pedicularis species. In the background one of the tree kroner, but dunno if it's Nora, Svea or Dana.
Just great to see it again...I am going back to Spitsbergen in August. But first Poland in May with the family. Really looking forward to it!
By the way...I still have to process the images you asked for. A little more patience: I'll send them to you as soon as I have them in the right format.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2007-04-17 9:52]
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2007-04-17 11:01]
A really interesting - and good shot. I did not see this when I was in Spitzbergen. I think this is a really excellent scan also.
- delic (898)
- [2007-04-17 12:02]
Interesting phenomenon with the color of the sea. Not sure if I understand it fully, but definitely something to be explored further. Photo is excellent.
For people of older generation like me, this kind of photography looks more familiar :-).
All said and done about the plus points of modern digital photography, you can't beat the fun and pleasure of taking shots on films and slides. You knew you couldn't be frivolous about taking a shot; it cost both time and money -- time to wait for the final outcome after the film would be washed and printed and money that one paid to get the film washed and printed. Today you delete an image on a digital camera without batting an eyelid!
This is a beautiful image of a glacier across the water flanked by ridges and peaks. The layers of colours make a lovely composition and the depth of view is remarkable.
I really enjoyed looking at this picture.
- extramundi (13178)
- [2007-04-17 14:41]
The quality of this scan is very good, all this gentle but strong colours really make a different seascape, it looks like a desert landscape at first :)
Very beautiful image to illustrate the well explained phenomenon. Really different and interesting post, TFS.
- horia (16656)
- [2007-04-17 16:21]
Another charming photo from your archives!
The shores of Norway are indeed magnificent!
The icecliffs are also a blast are are well visible here.
The tones you mentioned are interesting, too... :) (i would have never pictured them this way...don't know why).
Lovely details throughout the entire frame and a superb composition!
Bravo and TFS
- cedryk (5270)
- [2007-04-17 17:45]
Kolejna ladna fotka z zimnych rejonow. Dobrze wywazona trojdzielna kompozycja planow. Interesujacy temat no i gora o bardzo ciekawym ksztalcie.
Jesli zas chodzi o jakosc skanu i jego obrobke to uwazam, ze jakosc jest dobra i z obrobka tez sobie swietnie poradziles.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-04-17 18:39]
This is a fascinating image. It isn't a bad scan either though the color is just a tad off of natural ( blue sky looks a bit too yellow)?? maybe.
Thanks for sharing as interesting post and note.
Evelynn : )
- SkyF (8073)
- [2007-04-18 8:47]
a lovely postcard it is, the scenery is incredible. Very interesting colors of the water, I never seen this either down in Sout America or in Alaska. You explained this phonemomen very well, your note is very interesting.
POV, colors and textures are great. Very well composed landscape.
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2007-04-18 11:06]
Most interesting shot, Radomir.
Good note. Pure nature displayed here.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2007-04-18 11:38]
Very interesting place.You caught it very well.Colors,exposure and focus are perfect.
The color of the water is really interesting. I am always amazed how sharp the edge between the two types of waters are. The view on the mountain and the glacier are really spectacular and show the rough nature of this desolate country perfectly.
Beeing that it is an old scanned photo, the quality is very good..
- John_F_Kennedy (3684)
- [2007-04-19 8:38]
What an amazing landscape, great depth and beautiful colours. Beautiful country.
- saguzar (7202)
- [2007-04-19 18:59]
Impressive landscape from the end of the world!. I like the desolation of the place and the nice composition, showing naked rock, glacier and red waters, all in one! Great job
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2007-04-20 5:15]
Sorprendente y muy bello el contraste de colores de este hábitat tan curioso, gracias por compartirlo. Saludos
- edal (1853)
- [2007-04-22 15:58]
It's a great display of these northern parts of the ocean! Excellent explanation note too!
- meyerd (7531)
- [2007-04-24 15:49]
I come late to add my praise. The picture is just great, the composition, the strange light, the unusual colours, but also the sharpness. To thinks that this is a scan... (I'm like Ram of the "older generation" and have presented scanned slides). Thanks for this series of Spitzbergen, a real pleasure to see.
- marioana (1481)
- [2007-04-27 5:44]
Very lovely view. nice colours and well scanned. great composition, with the background arangement and the red sea in the foreground. Well done.
- szatanowska (19)
- [2007-12-19 20:24]
Widze ze tu bylam i nie wyskrobalam nic:)
no wiec zdjecie jest niewypowiedzianie oszalamiajace!
Jedyne w swoim rodzaju..nigdy czegos takiego nie widzialam i nie mialam pojecia ze istnieje wogole..Krew i lod w jednym