October 19th, 2010
Episode 136 of 386 episodes
Photo by Doug Chinnery Photo by TheFatCat44 on Flickr. There is lot to be said for simplicity. This image is like many dawn or sunset images that are made everyday, but because of a small and simple accent the nearly pristine quality of the water and sky become that much more impactful. With the presence of the negative space, in the figure of the man, the contrast becomes significantly more dramatic. Very cool shot.
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