Monday, 12 November 2007


"Sunrises over water can add a special twist. It's not so obvious but atmosphere bends the rays of light so that you see the sun before it really comes up over the horizon. It gives a special chance of the sun to use the reds and ocres in its paint set. This is a shot out over the Gulf of Mexico (or is it the Caribbean Sea at the point) on a cruise coming back from the Yucatan Peninsula. This shot is in the direction of Cuba, although that island nation is too far away from the ship to see". Taken by Steve Buser


synapse_jim said...

::majesty::ember glow::one of the most awesome photos I have encountered:::

storyteller said...

Spectacular! Takes my breath away. Thanks for sharing :)
Hugs and blessings,