Monday, June 30, 2008

Vietnam • Blue bay

So where does the sea end and the sky begin? Where does one karst intersect with another in a layered array of blues against the canvas of water and clouds? Can we, in a moment of suspended reality, sail the sky and fly the waters instead?

Here's another take on Halong Nay as captured during our junk's run back to port. After processing literally hundreds of images, I've come across this vertical/portrait orientation and liked the negative spaces where the sky and sea should have been. Hope you liked this serene scene as much as I do. I really find it calming, especially after a long day at work.

9 comments:

Photo Cache said...

may i reiterate my enjoyment of this vietnam series. you had wonderful snaps.

olan said...

i'm very fascinated with your posts and of course with your vivid photos! super galing dude! link you to my blog.

lagal[og] said...

photo cache & olan, maraming salamat po. your kind words are truly appreciated. dalaw kayo uli :-D

the donG said...

i like this shot bro. galing ng pagpili mo ng site na binigyan mo ng space sa gitna ng dalawang barko.

again the mountain blending color is soothing.

ToNeTTe said...

My God, Oggie, your photos are so breathtaking!!!! I can't even start to describe it. You have such a good eye, so well gifted!:-)

Keep it up. You do really very good work and deserve all the good breaks happening to you now.

lagal[og] said...

ei dom, if i may say so, sarap siyang pagmasdan para ma-relax :-)

hi tonette! nice to hear from you again! kumusta na? thanks for dropping by. dalaw ka uli :-)

Erick said...

wow! snow patrol! parang nasa arctic lang tapos iceberg background.

lagal[og] said...

onga erick, the flat lighting makes that possible :-) parang nag-meld na yung sky and sea

Elizabeth Middleton said...

Halong Bay not only has got beautiful people but it is the best due to its wonderful caves and picturesque view. Thanks for sharing!



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