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A Backward Glance

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 8 April 2009 in Business & Industry and Portfolio.

Another photo taken at an offshore windfarm out in the Irish Sea off Barrow-In-Furness.

NIKON D40 1/250 second F/8.0 ISO 200 33 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Krims@nline.be from Wemmel, Belgium

Wow, utterly beautifull ... well done!

8 Apr 2009 6:52am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

I would look back too...such beauty, to be leaving behind!

8 Apr 2009 7:12am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Very interesting shot :)

8 Apr 2009 7:58am

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

A bit surreal - I love the soft tones.

8 Apr 2009 10:04am

Jean-François from Les Issambres, France

fascinant !

8 Apr 2009 10:11am

Scene by Sharon Photography from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

leaves me with a sense of sadness ... nice work!

8 Apr 2009 10:17am

Marcie from United States

Love how you've composed this. Excellent image!

8 Apr 2009 12:08pm

Cheryl from Texas, United States

nice documentary type image. I love your composition and the nice light on the water

8 Apr 2009 1:19pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Superb composition

8 Apr 2009 2:46pm

Hema Iyer from Bangalore, India

Fantastic light and composition. Great shot.

8 Apr 2009 3:08pm

Sof from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Joli... mais pas beaucoup de vent??

8 Apr 2009 8:43pm

GJC from Kyoto (京都), Japan

Really like the crisp clarity of this.

9 Apr 2009 5:50am

Mike from Lichfield, United Kingdom

Another nice shot Ian. I've got to say you couldn't have chosen a better day weather wise to take the photos. I bet you had an absolutely cracking day out.

9 Apr 2009 9:08am

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Awesome! This really gives a great sense of the scale of these. Impressive.

9 Apr 2009 3:03pm

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

Wow this is great - with an other-worldly vibe. Reminds me of Hiroshi Sugimoto's seascapes - his working principle is that the unadorned seascape is one of the only sights on earth that has unchanged for millenia, specifically unchanged by humans. Your photo demonstrates that this may become a rarer sight in the near future.

9 Apr 2009 9:49pm

Stephane from United States

I didn't know that they had invaded the sea with these. Does it attract crabs, mussels? Does it provide fishermen with an extra supervisory income? It sure gives sea horizon another look.
Makes me wonder 2.

9 Apr 2009 11:12pm

Dustin W. Fletcher from Dallas, United States

Oh you were actually on a boat when you made these. Very cool. I like this shot...how the bar frames the turbines.

12 Apr 2009 5:05pm

NIKON D40
1/250 second
F/8.0
ISO 200
33 mm (35mm equiv.)