Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Fishermen (II)

Carcavelos Beach

30 comments:

ruma2008 said...

Obrigado por mostrar a paisagem maravilhosa.

De Extremo Oriente.

Saudações.

Olivier said...

belle composition et tu prends pas trop de risques ;o)

brattcat said...

What an amazing image, JM. The eye has to reach in to get to the action, but the pay-off is huge!

AB said...

Wonderful patterns in the stones, great composition!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow você é muiiiito talentoso JM!
Está fantastica essa foto, obra de arte meu amigo!
Abraços
Léia

B SQUARED said...

The beach looks volcanic.

Steffe said...

I hope they stay dry!

Sharon said...

Fantastic composition on this photo! It looks a bit chilly to be standing in the sea spray. Maybe I'm just feeling the chill in my house right now.

Small City Scenes said...

I think these fishermen had better get back to the cafe and enjoy more coffee. Love the splash of the surf. MB

Vogon Poet said...

I know these, not those in you pictures but those in mine. Probably they would interchangeable... A spectacular perspective with a quite rough sea.

Joanne said...

demais... :)

Crazy Tourists said...

WOW!!!

Jarart said...

Great capture of the wave and perfect composition.

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

That's a beautiful shot, especially with the wave just hitting. The fishermen need to stand back!

Three Rivers Daily Photo

Per Stromsjo said...

If I mentally crop out the people and the sea, this could have passed for an aerial view where each puddle of water is a lake. Fascinating!

Joan Elizabeth said...

I love the perspective on this.

Anya said...

Wow!!
It looks so peaceful :-)
Wonderful shot!!
(Its snowing here at the moment ;)

marley said...

What a photo! Fantastic perspective.

studioJudith said...

I'll add another
to a long list of
WOWs !

joo said...

Marvellous photo JM!

Jacob said...

Another superb composition. I've fished off jetties like this and usually lost my bait, hook, and line on rocks hidden beneath the water!

Julie said...

Nice study in the powerlessness of humanity.

Hilda said...

Fabulous texture, angle, and that spray! Magnificent shot!

Suzanne said...

JM, thanks for visiting Wooster Square Daily Photo. I love your shot, reminds of land's end.

Virginia said...

JM,
Forgive me for not stopping by each day. I've gone back and ohhhed and ahhhed over every one I've missed. This one is just spectacular (as all of them are). I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season.
I'll not stay away so long. I promise!!!!
V

Leif Hagen said...

Super pic with the ocean waves and the wet, cement dock! I wonder if they caught any fish?

Wolynski said...

Stunning photo - the little figures at the end really make it.

Mirela said...

Incredible photo! You should start selling this as a poster :)

Tricia said...

I've been running behind on visits, but I don't know how I missed this shot! Very cool!

Tinsie said...

Great shot! I like the sense of perpective and the movement.