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    This is the first time in my life i am trying to shoot a landscape photograph , its cold morning and misty too , we are on the search of the flamingos we saw the group of flamingos but the because of the mist we cant shoot , so i look behind and i saw a boat is coming out of that thick mist so i Change the gear and take my canon 7D with 100-400 shift to 100mm and shoot this shot ....... i feel so luck that day i am carrying my second camera body with me. This Photograph also displayed In Drushtikon 2013.

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    Camera Model Canon EOS 7D
    Shooting Date/Time 12/12/2012 7:33:30 PM
    Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
    Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/5000
    Av(Aperture Value) 5.6
    Metering Mode Evaluative Metering
    ISO Speed 320
    Lens EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM
    Focal Length 100.0mm

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    Simple, effective and evocative Ritesh. I like it a lot. I would just suggest you rotate so the boat stands level (gauged by the oars).
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    Hi Ritesh, love the image and the mist, as well the color which suits it very well. Might would like a bit more room from the RHS, just a tad. Just me, as usual

    Have a great day

    Ciao
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    Hello Ritesh

    Very simple, but I love that about it... Well done..!

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    I love these kinds of shots and take them every chance that I get.

    I think that the composition and shading of the light are superb.

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    Hi Ritesh, very nicely scene and captured!!!

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    Ritesh, I love the simplicity of this image - it has a very peaceful feel to it. I kind of like the fact that the boat isn't level - I'm sure since he's on the right side that the boat would be lower in the water on that side so it looks natural to me.
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    Excellent, love the simplicity of the image and the tranquility. The fact that the boat may or may not be level does not bother me for it is in the water and those things rock. The man appears to be upright so the boats position is correct imo.

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    You were wise, Ritesh, to seize the moment and capture this beautiful scene.

    I have a similar image of my own of an angler in a boat in fog, but it's not remotely as good as this one of yours !

    The sunlight makes it sing.
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