February 15, 2013 § 6 Comments
Tagged: black and white photography, fine art photography, photography, sea, seascape
Nice combination of textures, lines and the energy of nature that the capture imparts. Good timing on when to push the shutter too!
I like the image, a nice capture of the power of the sea. The quote from Revelations about fire confuses me. Did I miss the connection? Or was it about the ruin?
Hi, thanks for the comment!
The picture should rappresent what will happen after .. in fact revelation continue: When the second angel blew his trumpet, something like a large burning mountain was hurled into the sea. A third of the sea turned to blood
And that should be the sea of blood…
Great photo. Beautiful composition. Looks great in B&W
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