Gásadalur B/W [Explored 31.03.12]

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    Since I moved back to the Faroe Islands almost 3 years ago and took up photography, I've been avoiding this shot because it's perhaps one of the most obvious faroese scenes.
    This morning however, I went to pick up my brother at the aiport and while I was waiting, I drove to the village of Gásadalur, which only takes about 10 minutes, and quickly took a couple of shots, thinking that it could make an interesting B/W photo. Something I've recently started dabbling with - and finding extremely difficult.
    So here it is, Gásadalur, and now I'm hooked. Going back soon.

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    Gásadalur, Faroe Islands 2012
    Exposure: 120 sec.
    Filters: ND 10 stop and ND soft grad

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    1. mzappafreak 35 months ago | reply

      Excellent very nice tones, stunning b/w capture.
      PERFECT!!!!

    2. iMu Rathod || need a pro ! 35 months ago | reply

      awesome...exposure..great light..

    3. valentino * 35 months ago | reply

      bella fotografia

    4. Tom ♠ 35 months ago | reply

      wonderfully composed and the tones are perfectly balanced, excellent shot, congrats :)

    5. Anindo Dey 35 months ago | reply

      What an incredible landscape and shot! The waterfall on the bottom right makes it look so mystical!

    6. artland 35 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
      This is a wonderful shot!
      You are invited to post it to:


      artland

    7. M.A.J Photography 35 months ago | reply

      Stunning shot !
      Find time to visit my work :)

    8. Robert Aycock 35 months ago | reply

      Congrats on making Explore!!! Here is my latest shot...

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    9. Jilz 35 months ago | reply

      Awesome! I'm always curious about how people end up where they do: How they ended up in Mobile if they are from somewhere in Utah, for example, or how a village came to be high on a cliff, instead of nestled close to the coast like so many others are. (Wait! Wait! I can guess. They were taking a walk, and she said, "Oh, baby! Look at the waterfall! Wouldn't that be a lovely view? And he agreed, so they built their house as close to it as they could..)

    10. Photography-Critique 35 months ago | reply

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    11. jon_2005_br 34 months ago | reply

      Hans

      A great work, beautiful B&W image !

      Joaquim

    12. Petur 34 months ago | reply

      Classic capture ... beautiful !

    13. shootforu.com 33 months ago | reply

      This is a masterpiece!

      . . . Seen in Art of Images (♥Post 1 - Award 3♥)

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    14. Is This Graham Too? [deleted] 33 months ago | reply

      Majestic scene

    15. gibberpl 33 months ago | reply

      Simply...wow!

    16. Heli Berg 30 months ago | reply

      Loved it in black and white as well!

    17. FineartPhotoshots 23 months ago | reply

      Stunning tones and treatment!

      Good photo! Fave! I saw this in
      gallmese's b&w gallery

    18. Umayyr 22 months ago | reply

      Seen & Admired in " f l i c k "

    19. Voimäki 18 months ago | reply

      Excellent photo ! Well done....makes me want to visit Faroe Islands.

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