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Old Oct 19, 2013, 1:14 PM   #1
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I didn't just want to take the standard cruise ship shots and I really found some photogenic beauty in some of the functional/mechanical aspects of the ship. Here are some of the better ones...and of course some shots of the sun, sky, and the water as well! Enjoy.


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Interesting shots, I like them, it's been a few years for my last cruise great memories thanks

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These are excellent. Very different perspectives. Love the Fish Eye images as well.

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Nice change of pace. Very creative.
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Excellent series..
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Very creative. Not your standard shots and better for it. More people would have been nice.
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Very creative. Not your standard shots and better for it. More people would have been nice.
Thank you. I tried to think of some things that would go unnoticed to most people.

I actually did take one of my favorite captures ever of my parents and my sister. She's taking a photo of them against the setting sun with her camera phone and I have them on the left and their shadows with the suns warm cast on the wall of the ship with the blue sky behind. It's such a nice picture but I hesitate to post photos of family online, especially without permission.
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Indeed some unique perspectives, and very creative use of light and lens. Thanks for sharing!
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