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this one is a pano view, so the thumbnail just doesn’t do it justice, sadly …
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This was taken on the beach in Aruba, believe it or not! We had walked from the ship through the marina area, along the beach, past a hotel complex, further along the beach … and we had almost reached the edge of the airfield!! Planes were coming in really low over the ocean to come in to land – it was awesome! Wish we’d have had more time to walk a bit further!

this fellow was sat on his bike contemplating the expanse of sand between beach and airfield … I liked it! Liked it then … but love it as a monochrome pano-crop … – this is canvas material for sure :))

Hope you like it too!

~ Tina

Canon EOS50D with 10-22mm lens

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aruba, caribbean, panoramic, monochrome, desert, sand, motorbike, lone rider, bettina schwarz, seeonesoul photography

I am a German born South African Photographer, Copywriter, SME Brand Coach. An enthusiast for travel and life, always keenly interested in authentic people & their worlds – connect with me at SeeOneSoul.org and let’s see what we want to create together :)

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  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 3 years ago

    Awesome Tina. Love this panoramic view.

  • :)) cool! Thank you Don! appreciate that!! :))

    – SeeOneSoul

  • John44
    John44over 3 years ago

    Agree with Don Tina.. its super
    BTW.. unfortunately we NOT be sailing with you my dear..its the Norwegian Jade 2 weeks in May The East Med

  • sounds really nice John! Maybe I should join Norwegian ships rather? ;) lol
    Eastern Med will be lovely by May, I’m sure! I’m not sure where I’ll be by then. Presumably I’ll have gotten off this particular ship and I shall probably already be on my next contract, but nothing is sure yet, so I don’t quite know … We’ll see :)
    I’m sure you’ll have a fabulous cruise though!! :)
    x

    – SeeOneSoul

  • clickinhistory
    clickinhistoryover 3 years ago

    The Great Escape, the B/W version lol, really works better on the larger view.

  • love your title Richard :))
    glad you like it!

    – SeeOneSoul

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