Floating away…

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20 Responses to Floating away…

  1. Steve Barnes says:

    What a strange and compelling image. Great texture in the water! Good stuff!

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  2. Chillbrook says:

    Brilliant! I love this image.

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  3. Jeff Sinon says:

    That is without a doubt the best photo of a swan’s butt I have ever seen, the detail in the feathers is excellent. Whatever you have done to the water is pure genius, I love it.

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    • iltana says:

      Oh Jeff, you spoil me with your beautiful words! 🙂 These strange reflections on the water surface come from another swan near the one I photographed.

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      • Jeff Sinon says:

        You are very welcome! If I ever need the backside of something photographed in the most highly skilled way, you’ll be getting the call 😀

        Never would have guessed on the water, it looks like you went nuts in Photoshop. The surface looks almost oily.

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      • iltana says:

        “The most highly skilled way”… NO COMMENT! 😉 You have my word, I’ve only adjusted the brightness and contrast in Photoshop.

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  4. yearstricken says:

    The water looks like liquid marble. Gorgeous.

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  5. Dave says:

    Nice, unusual composition.

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  6. Adrian says:

    Amazing reflections Lucy-i thought you´d used a filter-amazing that it´s natural-superb!

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    • iltana says:

      Thanks a lot, Adrian! These reflections are absolutely natural (no filters involved). I was just in the right place at the right time when I took this picture 🙂

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  7. Steven Tze says:

    The surface of the water almost looks like a lace fabric. Very interesting.

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  8. saarimner says:

    Great image! I thought it was oil in the water at first, which would’ve been a great pic as well to illustrate the purity of the swan against it. Now that I know that it’s pure natural it’s even better. Great shot!

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  9. the feathers and reflections match so well – great capture

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