Isolation Part 3

Damn I love this tree

sunrise shoot at nudgee beach this morning

  • Nada Stankova PRO 4y

    this is lovely (saw on reddit)
  • Fajar Nurdiansyah 4y

    When the result is this good, you can break the 'rules' of photography all you want.
  • CJ Schmit PRO 4y

    Beautifully done!!
  • Haje Jan Kamps PRO 4y

    This is ridiculously awesome sauce de luxe. So much so, in fact, that I had to share it with my Twitter followers. Great work, squire!
  • Rob Amend PRO 4y

    Wonderful shot!
  • Tom England 4y

  • Ma'ja 4y

    From ITAP : WOW!
  • Jonas Nordlund 4y

    Photography at its finest.
  • Peter 4y

    this is just awesome!
  • Erik 4y

    This is really fantastic. The simplicity has a zen like quality to it that seems like a fantasy more than reality. Well composed!
  • Sandor Feldi, jr. 4y

    Dude! Sweet...
  • James Peake 4y

    This is amazing.
  • Brett Von Holdt PRO 4y

    Fantastic shot!
  • Shane Rounce PRO 4y

    This might just be the most amazing Photo i've ever seen in my life.
  • Sznerchu 4y

    I'm speechless. Stunning
  • Iwana 4y

    I’m frozen. Oh. my. god. How beautiful can this be!!! The composition and the light, the colours , the clouds, all are terrific!!!!!!
    Wonderful work!!!!!
  • Elisabetta giuliano 4y

    Perfetta!!! Complimenti
  • Shaun Orr 4y

    I'm choosing to comment this picture because it is my favorite and it's the picture that brought me to your flickr. This is unbelievable collection. you have a lot of talent. Keep up the amazing work.
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  • Murray Hadley PRO 4y

    Impressive scene - great long exposure!

    Incredible shot!!!

    Sunshine~Lucky Star
    Please Invite Other Photos Too!
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Taken on September 22, 2010
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