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Apr 09, 2012 20:51 |  #16

great photo.


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Apr 09, 2012 21:40 |  #17

Wow, that's unearthly looking....cool


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Apr 10, 2012 07:14 |  #18

Beautiful! Love the contrast between the ice and surrounding colors.


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Apr 10, 2012 15:29 |  #19

Fantastic colours and contrasts. Great shot!!


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Apr 10, 2012 16:18 |  #20

Nice shot, what's the settings on this one?


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Apr 10, 2012 17:05 |  #21

rick_reno wrote in post #14235305 (external link)
very nice, like the foreground a lot

Thanks Rick

gibbit1 wrote in post #14235366 (external link)
Piece of ice?! Isn't that the thing that sank the Titanic?!

Understatement aside, very, very nice shot.

Thanks gibbit1, glad you like it

utah steve wrote in post #14235523 (external link)
I really like the colors. . .very nice shot.

Thanks Steve

Helenica wrote in post #14235587 (external link)
nice shot. It seems like you live somewhere pretty cold!

Thanks Helen, not necessarily always cold. Just in a place where the ocean currents presents us with icebergs ;)

bps wrote in post #14235654 (external link)
Very nice image!

Thanks Bryan

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Scatterbrained wrote in post #14235666 (external link)
Fantastic. Great range of colors, love the composition. Very cool shot.

Appreciate your comments :)

Solo87 wrote in post #14235677 (external link)
Wow...you don't see this type of image just anywhere...great shot

Glad you like it, bj

Jon Clemens wrote in post #14235681 (external link)
Great contrast between the ice of winter and the green of spring.

That was my first observation, thanks.

950 wrote in post #14236090 (external link)
Really enjoy the colors on this shot! Nice work!

Thanks 950, glad you enjoyed it.

IanW wrote in post #14236476 (external link)
Great shot. What are the blue streaks on the ice?

Ian.

Thanks Ian. The blue color is often wrongly attributed to Rayleigh scattering. Rather, ice is blue for the same reason water is blue: it is a result of an overtone of an oxygen-hydrogen (O-H) bond stretch in water which absorbs light at the red end of the visible spectrum.

Blue light travels further, due to a higher frequency, while red, yellow and orange light become absorbed.

sparker1 wrote in post #14237003 (external link)
Well done, Frank. Your iceberg shots make us all envious.

Thanks so much, Stan.:)

Gmb1 wrote in post #14237100 (external link)
Great composition. Great colors.

Thanks Gmb1

CameraBuff wrote in post #14237115 (external link)
Awesome shot; I love the foreground and colors!

Glad you like it Camerabuff

annubis wrote in post #14237455 (external link)
Great shot.

thanks annubis

msclman99 wrote in post #14238558 (external link)
great photo.

thanks msclman

MidnightSun wrote in post #14238840 (external link)
Wow, that's unearthly looking....cool

Thanks Dave :)

bimhoff07 wrote in post #14240537 (external link)
Beautiful! Love the contrast between the ice and surrounding colors.

Thanks bimhoff,

perdido_y_contento wrote in post #14243082 (external link)
Fantastic colours and contrasts. Great shot!!

Glad you like it, perdido.

imports wrote in post #14243338 (external link)
Nice shot, what's the settings on this one?

thanks imports. Image was made with 5d, 70-200 f4L USM IS, f11, SS 20, ISO 50, NDG filters, CPL




  
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Apr 11, 2012 13:50 |  #22

If you like to read more about the color blue in ice go here http://www.luminous-landscape.com/essays/b​lue-icebergs.shtml (external link)




  
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Apr 11, 2012 23:38 |  #23

wow! some stunning colours and a great composition!


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Apr 12, 2012 09:07 |  #24

This is wonderful as usual Frank.
Your 'berg images are always a joy to see.


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Apr 12, 2012 16:08 |  #25

I like it....well done




  
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Apr 12, 2012 16:18 |  #26

Exquisite capture. National Geographic quality. KUDOS, Frank.


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Apr 12, 2012 16:32 |  #27

Frank_Hollahan wrote in post #14234876 (external link)
I found this piece of ice floating around in a nearby cove, so I decided to put it with the green algae to make this image.

Are you saying that you positioned yourself to compose this shot as it was seen OR do you mean you layered two separate images Ice + foreground ??

Absolutely stunning!


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Apr 13, 2012 16:51 |  #28

dark_elf wrote in post #14251510 (external link)
wow! some stunning colours and a great composition!

Thanks dark_elf :)

[QUOTE=digidiva;142529​69]This is wonderful as usual Frank.
Your 'berg images are always a joy to see.[/quote

Thanks digidiva, glad you like it :)

Lionel wrote in post #14255345 (external link)
I like it....well done

Cucamonga Al wrote in post #14255390 (external link)
Exquisite capture. National Geographic quality. KUDOS, Frank.

Thanks Al, all I need now is for NG to buy the rights...:lol:

Meanderer wrote in post #14255463 (external link)
Are you saying that you positioned yourself to compose this shot as it was seen OR do you mean you layered two separate images Ice + foreground ??

Absolutely stunning!

I first spotted the iceberg then the pool of water with the algae. So yes, I positioned myself to compose this shot as it was seen with one single exposure.

Thanks Meanderer for your comment :)




  
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Apr 13, 2012 21:47 |  #29

Beautiful capture!


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Apr 14, 2012 13:40 as a reply to  @ Donziikid's post |  #30

Love the colors you have here Frank. Of course the scenery is mind blowing as always. So glad you share these amazing shots of a very unique place.


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