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The Atlantic Mood

Posted by Rick (Toronto, Canada) on 13 November 2017 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Incoming stormy weather. First the wind and fog, then the rain. A section of Nova Scotia coastline near the French Shore (Acadian) region. Definitely a mood for monochrome.

Canon EOS REBEL XSi 1/250 second F/10.0 ISO 200 95 mm

nova-scotia | coastline | fog | ocean | cliffs

farNaaz50 from Gorgan, Iran

What a glorious mood .

13 Nov 2017 5:30am

@farNaaz50: Thank you. I am sorry to learn of the devastating earthquake in your country and send my best wishes.

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Quelle côte et vue quel rendu sur la roche et la brume sueprbe
Belle journée

13 Nov 2017 5:47am

@Nicou: Merci beaucoup, Nicou.

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

Superbe

13 Nov 2017 7:01am

@Existence Artistique: Merci.

Gérard from Allauch, France

This B&W mood looks very well on this hard stones

13 Nov 2017 7:31am

@Gérard: Thank you. It is a rugged coastline there. Very unforgiving for wayward boats.

Anna Cherer from LA ROCHELLE, France

A beautiful mood on wild coast ! B&W works well !

13 Nov 2017 8:07am

@Anna Cherer: "Wild coast" is a great way to describe it. Even the frames I shot in colour looked nearly empty of hue; the fog swallows up the colours. My thanks for your visits and comments!

omid from mashhad, Iran

such beautiful composition & atmosphere!
Amazing view!!!

13 Nov 2017 8:45am

@omid: Thanks very much. My thoughts are for the people in your country affected by the earthquake that we are hearing about in the news here.

Martine Libouton from Bousval, Belgium

Très belle cette ambiance!

13 Nov 2017 9:03am

@Martine Libouton: Merci !

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Brilliant black and white, tense and moody.

13 Nov 2017 10:24am

@Ana Lúcia: Thank you very much. I like your "tense and moody" description.

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

very nice atmosphere

13 Nov 2017 10:41am

@Hiro: I'm glad you like it, thanks Hiro.

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

You can almost hear the sea, beautiful b/w photo.

13 Nov 2017 12:26pm

@Willem: Thank you very much.

k@ from Paris, France

A pure splendor, atmospheric and so good to look at and breathe widely.

13 Nov 2017 12:58pm

@k@: Always the excellent way of commenting, Karine. Thanks very much !

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

REMINDS ME OF WHEN I VISITED CORNWALL IN UK. Murky and Mysterious! Fantastic in B&W

13 Nov 2017 1:10pm

@Ruthiebear: Canada's east and west coasts are quite different, as are the two great oceans. I find the weather more of a factor in the Maritimes. Rougher, hard winters, all of this making for some of the kindest funniest most life-loving generous people on the planet. The west coast is a three dimensional postcard. Both sides of this vast country have their own special moods and characteristics. Thanks, Ruthie.

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Wow...It's wild and impressiv ! Beautiful composition .

13 Nov 2017 3:01pm

@Mhelene: The cliffs are so jagged and fierce, one has to wonder how many centuries before the pounding force of the ocean wins the erosion battle... thank you very much !

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Wonderful drama here. The rocks look as though they could cascade in to the sea at any moment

13 Nov 2017 5:17pm

@grouser: Yes, and over time that may be inevitable. Thanks, mister g.

Joyce from Montana, United States

wonderful frame. Love and miss the living shore.

13 Nov 2017 6:38pm

@Joyce: Big thanks, Joyce.

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

A beautiful view that you've captured here along the coastline!! I am fascinated by the coastline's tall linear forms as if it is made of slate, ready to flake off when eroding.

13 Nov 2017 7:08pm

@Steven: I was speculating that the harsh winters and wildly varying temperatures annually might cause this jagged appearance (rather than something more smoothly eroded like what I see on the west coast), as huge chunks of cliff face slough off. Thanks for the comment!

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Beautiful textures and tones in those cliffs.

13 Nov 2017 8:55pm

@Steve Rice: This part of Canada has a weather beaten charm that is very hard to describe; something primally beautiful. Thanks a lot for the comment.

Darkelf Photography from Perth, Australia

Great balance in the composition and excellent mood.

14 Nov 2017 2:39am

@Darkelf Photography: Thank you very much.

Denny Jump from Bellevue, WA, United States

So, Under the heading of "Where the F... Have I been?!?" I saw your very kind comment on my latest post and said, "this is rediculous!" I subsequently traveled back all the way to your 20 October image falling in love with each post of yours, as I kept the Morgan Plus 4 (I wish) in reverse...
I want to thank you for always being there and even through the periods of "dryness" on my behalf...it is So wonderful to come home and have you there....Thank you sir! You are amazing ;-)

14 Nov 2017 4:04am

@Denny Jump: Always a class act, a fine wit and a truth teller. Thanks for this great smile maker of a comment, sir.

Denny Jump from Bellevue, WA, United States

Thank you so very much for your kind words here and on my page this evening / tomorrow morning
your time...;-) (I now live in Seattle...getting closer and closer to my beloved Canada....Thank You my friend..really nice to touch fingertips once again ;-) 3

14 Nov 2017 6:48am

Devi from Chennai, India

Great feel here !

14 Nov 2017 9:45am

@Devi: Thanks for the comment, Devi.

Ehsan Hemmati from Kermanshah, Iran

Beautiful and peaceful.
B&W was the right decision for this photo.

14 Nov 2017 9:11pm

@Ehsan Hemmati: Thanks very much!