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|While flying over Goa'n beaches; I had been thinking about you (my TN friends). This shot in particular has been vertically shot from a chopper covering perspective of a beach in South Goa. One can see a man standing on the beach ...........to give you the relative size of the breaking waves.|
I dedicate this to my friend Asbed from Canada, whose sharp reflexes have shown us very many rare profiles of the avians. God bless you Asbed!
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|To jaycee: Hello||sranjan
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thanks very much to your dedication, the birds that i am
photographing in-flight are not very high but have
exactly the same look as your photo to the ground
(and water when are gulls or ducks or goose),
you where very high Subhash, WOW,
again WOW Subhash this is a view to the ground/water
of a bird from very high, i remember from you a eagle photo
like this that was very high that was shoot from an airplane
thanks again Subhash, i decide to create a new theme where i will add
favorite photos that are not bird or wild animal photos,
photos of butterlfies, insects, trees, flowers, landscapes, mountains...
merci encore this photo will be the first one of that theme,
- [2009-09-23 17:22]
You have the soul of an artist!! Although I can't detect the man on the beach (unless he is the speck I see) the breaking waves are amazing. They actually look ferocious. I love the foam and the patterns of the water. A very creative work of art.
- [2009-09-24 7:38]
Very fine abstract image of nature, wonderful work. tfs.
- [2009-09-24 9:57]
Good use of your aircraft in showing us the fine wave patterns created on this Goan beach, that i am familiar with but would never have been able to see from this arial POV. Excellent!
Thanks and all the best,
I am still hoping to make such a photo while standing on a high clif. Its an Ansel Adams inspired idea.
I like it that you kept the photo on an angle allowing for the waves and shore line to run diagonal across the frame.
Its a birdseye few not many have captured.