Open Water

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    I was back at Port Aransas this weekend and just in time to see some dramatic storms roll in. This one was shot early in the morning using my wide angle lens and holding the camera just above the water as a wave came in. I had to take the shot and immediately yank the camera up to avoid getting it doused with sea water. This worked for a while but after a few close calls, a soaked neck strap, and a fairly good splash across the back of the camera I got the heck out.

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    1. 1dudetknpix [deleted] 105 months ago | reply

      You have been invited to post this photo in the new group Wacked Out Technologies (READ RULES BEFORE POSTING)
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    2. tenderwarrior1 [deleted] 105 months ago | reply


    3. .sanden. 105 months ago | reply

      i feel almost motion sickness - great capture. This would be a great IMAX shot

    4. Ellyn B. 105 months ago | reply

      Absolutely gorgeous. Love the way the fowm makes little ribbons on the wave crest. Great shot!

    5. fins'n'feathers 105 months ago | reply

      Superb wave shot. The sea and the clouds together convey the power of the storm.

    6. minions & myrmidons 105 months ago | reply

      yikesees, this is making me seasick and i love it.

    7. --Steve 105 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot!

    8. laanba 104 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! This photo is featured in this week's Spotlight at Houston Photobloggers.

    9. aheatwole 104 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone! I had taken several shots in this series and most had much more "crashing" action but I thought the lighting in this one really set it apart.

    10. dbaniaga...aka: Dude 104 months ago | reply

      kudos to you, this is awesome

    11. cimista 103 months ago | reply

      incredible shot! your photos are amazing! congratulations

    12. josstyk 102 months ago | reply

      Phenominal image!

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    13. Randy [deleted] 101 months ago | reply

      you are brave, great work!

    14. Joel Bedford 101 months ago | reply

      one of my favorite faves! this is fabulous. Could you rotate canvas 1 degree counterclockwise (please!).

    15. Mr F1 100 months ago | reply

      Another great shot! Did you use an ND filter for this shot?

    16. aheatwole 100 months ago | reply

      No filters on this one. Just early morning and an overcast sky.

    17. Graham Mazereeuw 91 months ago | reply

      woah great job! this is a great shot

    18. Eddie Nyul Jr. 47 months ago | reply

      Wonderful photography...absolutely beautiful and well composed...

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