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Incandescence Intemporelle by alexandre-deschaumes Incandescence Intemporelle by alexandre-deschaumes
The mesmerizing sunrise over Fitz Roy east face | Patagonia | Argentina

From 'La playita' first stop of our 7 days trek through this land of perpetual chaos .

© Alexandre Deschaumes
Ethereal nature collection 2012

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I'm not just going to randomly say, "It's all perfect!" and give this art five stars with out any real reason to back up why I gave it that much. That's extremely unprofessional!

When I first saw this photo, it took my breath away for a moment. Literally. I really have seen nothing more beautiful than this; it looks like something from a completely different world.

When I first saw this, I stopped being aware of my surroundings; I love the depth in this photograph. The colours are so strong, so powerful, and the mountains tower above the water and the rest of the land in such a form, it just appears surreal.

The sky almost looks like it's been touched and dabbed by a paintbrush, mixing and layering the colours carefully. I adore the slight ripples cast in the water beneath the mountains, and how the pebbles are just barely visible alongside; it's much better having texture to the mountains rather than having them being big, black, empty silhouettes.You have given this photo a great sense of depth- Your technique is brilliant.

I've lost my ability to produce more words. Sometimes the most beautiful things cannot be fully described and explained; that's what makes them so unforgettable.

The whole photo is just mesmerizing. I really have nothing bad to say. I don't believe there is any way in which you could of made this look any more stunning. It looks almost surreal; like something hidden only in the furthest corners of a different world. The water reflects what's above perfectly- it looks like a mirror. The gold stretching out into the sky and shifting into different colours...You have captured nature at one of it's most best, breath-taking moments.
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Halala ... ces couleurs , cette compo ... c'est tout simplement sublime .
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pakfan90 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks for this shot really opened my mind to the truth of photography! O.o
HisElizabeth Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Simply lovely.
BananaChoc Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2012
Le chant des ondes du soleil qui caressent l'eau du soir. Du soir qui tombe. Du soleil qui s'éteint. Pour laisser naître lune et ses étoiles. C'est à l'aube de ce croisement que les couleurs sont les plus chaudes. L'eau elle-même nous réverbère sa tiédeur.
EmilioBrown Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2012
Beautiful landscape
mecengineer Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2012
Perfect work.Congratulations.
lieveheersbeestje Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012
Featured: [link] :rose:
MdnghtShadow Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful shot! It can be really hard to get a good reflection photo, but you pulled it off perfectly!
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