An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
That is cool Doug!
Look at the size of that ship! You captured the perfect moment there Doug!Duncan In Kuantan
perfect and really relaxing image
and beatiful light there!Blog o życiu & podróżachBlog o gotowaniu
I wish mankind would progress as much morally as we do intellectually...God bless you!Cezar
It's really beautiful. The blue is clear. :)
I am concerned that these huge ships, bigger and bigger, invade rivers such as those that can be seen in recent years in Venice. I hope that here the river can absorb the enormity. But I like your beautiful composition with the delphin perfectly captured.
Very good capture shot!
That's brilliant, Doug.
interesting juxtaposition. the question is, though, if cruise liner are really that much of an improvement ... ;-))
Another great picture, Doug!! To even capture the elusive dolphin at ALL is hard for me....mine all end up looking like blurs!--ha ha LOL Thanks for sharing!
Your narrative fits your photo perfectly. Definitely in the right place at the right time....and ready.
that is one big boat!! i love the dolphin. i have rarely seen dolphins in isolation
Absolutely fantastic shot. A postcard. The light is perfect and the dolphin is the finishing touch. I'd guess you'll sell this one!
Right time, right place, wonderful words.
Great timing nabbed you a really fun image Doug--very cool! :-)
Wow what a capture - the similarities in the evolutionary design of the dolphin and that of the cruise ship come across superbly.
NIce scene; nature always inspirates humans, but often they forget it!Have a nice day.
This kind of sea monster are not my favourite. I would prefer an old vessel or a small yacht.
great catch! :) imagine their surprise if they were ever to know what we are capable of building now.. heck, i imagine even more extravagant things being made 10s or 100s of years from now.. ;D