The view over White Bay, as the sun begins to set.

La Scie, Newfoundland, Canada

Group Feature:
Artists Universe – November 18, 2011


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  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesalmost 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture! Is that an iceberg out there?

  • Yup; them’s bergs !
    Thank you very much for the comment and the fave, Angie. :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 3 years ago

    Lovely capture…love the POV Stan

  • Thank ya, kindly, dear sir ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsalmost 3 years ago

    shhhhhh, it that a monster in white or a giant bird?
    I love it,,,,,,,,,

  • Careful, Vickie. He’s a big ’un.
    You can see his tail off to the right. lol.
    Thanks much, Vickie ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Ellen Cotton
    Ellen Cottonalmost 3 years ago

    Wow!! This is truly gorgeous!!! Another all-time fav for me, Stan!

  • Hey, E !
    Always my pleasure. :)
    Many thanks, for the enthusiast comment, and the fave.

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sedicialmost 3 years ago

    NOVEMBER 18th, 2011
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  • This is absolutely unbelievable.
    I’m thrilled.
    Thanks so much, Mary ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • mom23girls
    mom23girlsalmost 3 years ago

    Lovely capture!

  • Thank you very much, mom ! :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • JanT
    JanTalmost 3 years ago

    What a gorgeous and unique shot, Stan(s). Bergs and what appears to be unfrozen land. And of course those beautiful hues of sunset (assume your sun is partially horizontal these days, too?). Just a beautiful photo and fav.

  • Thank you, kindly, Jan !
    This was taken this past September so the ground hasn’t frozen yet.
    If you step over that bit of grass, you land 150 -200 feet below; with any luck in the water. lol.
    It was blowing pretty hard and cold so I had the place to myself. :)
    By the time I took this, the sun was partly below the horizon. Can’t remember if there was some thin cloud cover or if it was peeking beneath it. My guess there was very thin cloud, enough to at least partly diffuse the light and knock down the contrast. I had to tweak it some, in pp, to bring out detail in the forground. The clouds, and the bit of colour just above the water, are what caught my eye in the viewfinder.
    Anyway, worth the wait, me thinks. :)
    BTW: we’re getting frosty here in the mornings. Had a bit of snow; enough to knock the power out for four or five days, depending on where you were. I was lucky. The town I’m in only had a few short outages; the only town on the penninsula that was that fortunant.

    – Stan Wojtaszek

  • Michelle Burton
    Michelle Burtonalmost 3 years ago

    Well this is just amazing Stan…that’s my hometown!!! Beautiful area isn’t it…I have lived in Alberta now for 20 years but go back to visit every few years, I am going back in August for 3 weeks and plan on seeing a lot of the island…beautiful photo :)

  • Thanks again, Michelle.
    Never know, maybe the bergs will be late again, making for an extra special home coming. :)

    – Stan Wojtaszek

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