Mainly the credit goes to photographer ABM Musa perfect point of view and timing is superb to shout that picture(sunrise) and fog also helps him.
Great atmosphere, I must say. The photograph has been executed really well, using a slow exposure, perhaps and that gives it a painterly quality. Also the presence of both cooler and warmer tones gives it a nice color mix and pleasant feel. Thanks for sharing this.
This still highlights the very distinct characteristics of the Maine shoreline, but does so in a very unique way. Jaw dropping...
sólo puedo dar mi agradecimiento sincero por mostrar el mundo en todo su extensión , es maravilloso . una obra de arte para deleite de nuestros sentidos mas aún cuando con certeza sé que jamás podré viajar a esos lugares exóticos ,tan hermosos
Not a photographer myself so I can only magine the effort and equipment and knowledge that was required to capture this photo. 'Well done' to the photographer.
@David Hutchinson Thanks for your comment! The equipment was in fact very basic. It was a beginner level Nikon D3000 with 55-200 kit lens. However, I was lucky to have great light of the sunrise and nice fog.
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