Storm Surge, 200 miles away

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    1. Zonifer Lloyd 67 months ago | reply

      Your fantastic photo deserves another Ruby

      Please tag your photo RubyPhotographer

    2. Brron 67 months ago | reply

      This really is a great capture.

    3. notsomuchtimeoff 67 months ago | reply

      definately a bit of WOW going on here! :)

    4. Mikael Moijé (a.k.a. ICUBYY4ME) 67 months ago | reply

      eye pair
      What a "Damn cool" shot!!!

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      I saw this in Damn Cool Photographers in the World

    5. helmet13 64 months ago | reply

      Dear Member

      Please post your picture into the pre-judging thread first following this link:

      Please read the rules on top of the page. They are available in different languages.

      Thank You!

    6. Kelly - 64 months ago | reply

      You captured this extremely well! The timing, the forthought in composition is apearant and worked well! The title I would have played with but overall, a great journalistic image and a YES from me for the main pool! Let's see what other jurors think!
      The Jurors Group

    7. Sorceria 64 months ago | reply

      My my my.... you sure cliked at the right moment. Viewing it bigger helps appreciate you shot a lot more. So many details, the movement is so well captured.... Great great work... really.

      So YES from me. More jurors to come.
      The Jurors Group


    8. helmet13 64 months ago | reply

      Yes, a wonderful timing you had here. And I like the composition showing just this danger sign, the big wave and some parts of the promenade (?). On the other hand I would expect a bit more depth (may be coming from the f 5.6 and the 1/800 sec?) Perhaps a higher aperture number (> 10?) and a bit longer shutter time would have delivered that depth I mentioned before? Now the image appears a bit "flat". Just my opinion. But finally I go for the great mood here. A YES.

      Please post your picture into the main pool.

      PS: Please check out our thread about the pictures without the NOs.

    9. helmet13 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The JURORS / Different Personalities, Different Views, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. bill barfield 64 months ago | reply

      Oh geeze! Somehow I knew this was Ike from the thumbnail. :-( Great shot. Depressing subject matter.
      The Jurors Group

    11. Charlena 57 months ago | reply

      wow, that is some awesome power. great shot

    12. Horsebear 56 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! Your photo has made it to the end in Top 20 Texas. You are now invited to post your photo in our permanent showcase group, Best of Texas.

      Excellent shot.

    13. Sheila Carroll 49 months ago | reply

      A Great Picture deserves a Great Award!
      Great Shot!

      The Call of Nature

    14. CindyLou3039-- 49 months ago | reply

      oosh glad I was not in it! but a wonderful capture at that

    15. Kiwi~Steve 49 months ago | reply

      A Great Picture deserves a Great Award!
      Great Shot!

      The Call of Nature

    16. David Bapty RIP 49 months ago | reply

      Super,the power of the sea

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