A return visit to Kaiyukan (Osaka Aquarium).
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
Wonderful series!!! The dolphin images are superb too! Very nice. :)) I like the post editing in all of them - great choices!
1 Jun 2009 5:34am
@Magda: Cheers Magda!
processing and the shaft of light and muted colour lend itself well to the content of this scene. i also like the grainy depth of this shot
1 Jun 2009 6:30am
@CS: Thanks CS!
Impressionnant! Superbe traitement NB!!!
1 Jun 2009 8:37am
@mo.langel: Thanks mo!
Fabulous and mysterious! You did a great conversion job. The grain adds depth to the image!
1 Jun 2009 8:39am
@Standley: Thanks Richard!
fantastik, not easy capture
1 Jun 2009 10:55am
@Veronelle: Cheers Veronelle!
Wow, that one's wonderful.
Not only is the capture done well; the post-processing is also top notch and appropriately used.
Very nice !
1 Jun 2009 11:12am
@Ignis (Adrien): Thanks Ignis!
Wow beautiful! i love your choice of BW. Makes the picture much more interesting!
1 Jun 2009 12:40pm
@Elora: Thanks Elora!
The tones are very dramatic and fit perfectly the subject!
1 Jun 2009 1:24pm
@ManuelaR: Cheers Manuela!
Those hammerheads must the the strangest creatures and you have a great view here.
1 Jun 2009 5:00pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Cheers Ronnie!
20000 lieus sous les mers from Jules Vernes !
1 Jun 2009 5:50pm
@kerfendal: Thanks kerfendal!
1 Jun 2009 7:46pm
@Onlymehdi: Cheers Onlymehdi!
Love the toning in this fine image. That hammerhead looks a bit Star Wars.
1 Jun 2009 11:44pm
@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve. Well, there was that one guy in the cantina in Mos Eisley...
This is eerie and awesome and beautiful. Thanks for sharing this one.
2 Jun 2009 3:20am
@LauraS: Thanks Laura!
wow!!! a powerful shot!! love the processing!!
3 Jun 2009 3:27am
@dj.tigersprout: Thank you dj!
Should have left my previous comment here --that's the kind of guy I caught out fishing.
8 Jun 2009 7:03pm
@Twelvebit: Whatever you say!
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