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Uploaded: 08/30/16 9:16 AM GMT
Stormy Weather
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The Belgian Pilot Vessel 'Honte' in stormy weather off the Belgian coast.

My weekly entry for the Wednesday B&W challenge.


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08/30/16 10:59 AM GMT
That modern pilot vessel is built for such weather. They only give up when it is force 9 and above I expect. Nice action capture Cornelius.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
08/30/16 11:21 AM GMT
They do a magnificent job....The extensive training makes these guys do a good job with no hesitation!....

I am proud of professionals like this
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08/30/16 2:09 PM GMT
fabuloso, veri nice
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08/30/16 4:53 PM GMT
Magnificent action in this B/W, makes a breath taking challenge entry - like the way the water seems to shimmer
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08/30/16 4:54 PM GMT
This is marvelous, and I predict it will do well in the challenge, I really like the play of light in this very good action capture.
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
08/30/16 6:54 PM GMT
The B&W really emphasizes the stormy conditions as the skies look even more ominous Mr. C. - this will do well.
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. . . Earth laughs in flowers! Ralph Waldo Emerson
08/30/16 10:03 PM GMT
This is a superb capture of this vessel. I like particularly the way the sea is so rough and gives movement to the scene, but then in contrast the sky looks so calm and almost smooth looking. Love the framing too. The black and white brings out these stark contrasts very well. Well done!
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08/30/16 10:16 PM GMT
Really fine photo !
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08/31/16 11:39 AM GMT
You took fine advantage of the grey skies with the sparkly waters from the low light. Excellent work Cornelius.
Will add to the BWC with pleasure, thank you
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