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Uploaded: 06/08/17 9:24 AM GMT
'Surrealistic' Arrival
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The early morning that the Russian Tall Ship 'Kruzenshtern' sailed in for a port call to Flushing, Zeeland, The Netherlands, the sun tried to peek through the mist, causing this surrealist color of the sky.

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::Dunstickin
06/08/17 9:46 AM GMT
The 'Olde' and the New!....Excellent and well composed image...Even the lighting adds to the post
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::Ramad
06/08/17 9:54 AM GMT
Very well composed and beautiful photo. That sky brings out the ship's details nicely. I see the "singing" tubes on shore and that part of land looks strange because of the composition.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
::tigger3
06/08/17 11:55 AM GMT
Mr. C. I really like how that lighting gave you such results, a fave for me. tigs=^..^=
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::Nikoneer
06/08/17 1:00 PM GMT
I'm really digging the contrast of upright lines and the seemingly blank space between. This is exceptional.

-Nik
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.quickshot
06/08/17 2:26 PM GMT
Fantastic use of negative space, Cornelius. The photo does look like an illustration with that large plain peach sky. A Russian boat you say? Is Donald Trump at the helm?
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::trixxie17
06/08/17 6:51 PM GMT
Unusual - I don't know that I've ever seen a peach colored sky before - but what a magnificent tall ship!
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.GomekFlorida
06/08/17 7:59 PM GMT
Are those pillars the music wind sculptures I've seen before?
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Long before the white man and long before the wheel, when the dark green forests were too silent to be real. Lightfoot 1967
.carlosf_m
06/08/17 9:33 PM GMT
What a beautiful scene!, you picked the right time to achieved the perfect lighting, just great
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.gonedigital
06/08/17 10:57 PM GMT
Oh sorry C I missed your upload earlier on, are the Ruskies coming? I like the low light and hue of the overcast sky, while the masts and long poles make for an unusual combination!

Nice one. (o:
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.koca
06/09/17 5:31 AM GMT
Fantastic scene, very artistic capture.
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::corngrowth
06/09/17 10:29 AM GMT
Referring to Alex's comment above: you're right Alex. It's called a 'wind organ' and sounds wonderful/terrible (depends on someone's musical taste, ☺ ) when there's a strong wind or storm.
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::LynEve
06/09/17 12:34 AM GMT
Th stark sky makes a perfect backdrop for the beautiful masts.
It is a delight to view Cornelius
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::questjester
06/10/17 2:59 AM GMT
Really stunning image, C!
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.Constance52347
06/10/17 3:46 AM GMT
Beautiful image...love the subdued tones.
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.icedancer
06/10/17 2:52 PM GMT
A magnificent looking tall ship, must have been wonderful seeing it come into port. Like those colours & see you weren't the only one watching
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