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scary crossing...

Discussion in 'Wanderlust and Travel' started by Frex, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. Frex

    Frex

    58
    Jan 30, 2008
    Emden/Germany
    ...there were 'dark' moments on the ferry crossing to England...

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    ...first there was a sudden storm...


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    ...then I felt like something was watching me out of the dark at the end of the hall
     
  2. PAReams

    PAReams

    552
    Apr 4, 2007
    San Diego, CA
    I really like this first image. The focus on the rain drops and the list of the boat are really effective in this photo. Nice shot!
     
  3. frede

    frede

    Dec 9, 2006
    Princeton, NJ
    Very cool work - both good, but the first is excellent!
     
  4. Holmes

    Holmes

    Oct 28, 2006
    Wyoming, USA
    Love 'em both! Excellent mood.
     
  5. Bravo! So simply brilliant--I could never have though to do that! The second one is so perfect!!
     
  6. Very cool shots. You've managed to portray a very gloomy feeling. The second shot reminds me of the movie "The Shining". If you stare at it long enough, you can envision Jack Nicholson busting through of one of the doors saying "here's Johnny", or find REDRUM written at the dark end of the hall.
     
  7. i like #1 as well
    very nice "mood" to it

    thanks for sharing
     
  8. Thats why i prefer the channel tunnel.Taking the regular ferry i allways get a bit seasick on the same place in the channel.As long the ship ride the waves,or swings? while it follows the Dutch and Belgium coastline no problem!.Only the moment he makes the actual crossing...Than the ship do both.Fine lets forget about it..Have my breakfast to go..
     
  9. The first image is very powerful- nicely done.
     
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