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Taken the same morning as Endlessly (Napier, NZ).

More than a tad saturated and perhaps not the greatest composition, but I still like the overall feel of it. The vastness.

[Photoshop: sky in multiply, twice]
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Zmulaua-Stonoga Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009
"...Feels like nothing matters in our private universe."

Beautiful! :)
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner May 6, 2009
Thanks :) And a beautiful song too...
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vrz-international Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2007   Photographer
now this one is very nice very nice...damn I love it...:)
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2007
Great to hear! Thanks so much, and for the fav :)
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Pete-B Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2006
Hi 'visualirony' has pointed me in your direction and I'm really pleased he did. This is amazing and very much like the type of photo I like to take.
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2006
I'm pleased he did too! (I've seen you commenting on his stuff a lot, but somehow never thought to check out your gallery). Thanks so much for looking through my gallery :aww: Yes, you do seem to have a penchant for sky/water shots. You have some lovely photos & I'll be leaving some gushing comments soon :D
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Pete-B Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006
hehe

I have an abundance of sky and water around here. But I have always been a fan of seascapes. Mainly for the shear poetry of the minimalism.
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006
You're lucky. Sky I have (naturally!) but not a lot of water at all. Which is a shame because I love it!
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Pete-B Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006
I'm really lucky. I live in a vibrant and colourful city with stunning architecture ranging from the very modern to the incredibly old and I have a range of hills on one side and the sea on the other. In addition when the cloud isn't rolling in, the natural light is fantastic. :D
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006
Sounds wonderful. Well, I'm moving back to that more mountainous place you might have seen in my photos soon, so I certainly can't complain either.
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FrozenPhoto Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006  Hobbyist Artist
awsome :clap:
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2006
:bow: I'm glad you like it, and thanks very much for the fav. Much appreciated. :)
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FrozenPhoto Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2006  Hobbyist Artist
any time :D
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MorgaineOfTheFairies Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006   Photographer
Beautiful, I love how different this is from everything else we commonly view, :heart:
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006
Thanks so much for your comment. Yes, I try to submit things that are a bit out of the ordinary, when I have the chance. Glad you liked it :)
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moonfullofstars Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006
Thanks. Yes, one wouldn't normally make a sunrise/sunset B&W (and I certainly prefer to keep my photos coloured most of the time, in spite of recent appearances to the contrary) but I think it lends a bit more drama to the photo. Not to mention giving it that "arty" look ;) I think I originally tried it because there was some grass in the foreground that was spoiling the colour composition. Of course, that's since been cropped off, but the B&W has remained. It also enabled me to try to enhance the sky in a way that probably wouldn't have worked in colour.
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