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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Darkness Rising by Chris Gin
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Darkness Rising

August 28th, 2009

Early morning mood on Auckland's North Shore.

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Posted By:
about 5 years ago
Insane.
Posted By: trout
about 5 years ago
Love it.

By the way... Has anybody noticed that the past few images are not making the RSS feed? That's not just happening to me is it?
Posted By: SteelZ
about 5 years ago
Awesome stuff!
Murrays Bay Beach Wharf.. Beautiful place to go during sunrise
Posted By: ekzotic
about 5 years ago
yes trout some pictures dont arrive on rss.
thanks Chris!
Posted By: Annesville
about 5 years ago
Couldn't hit the homepage directly at all the last two or three days, nevermind the RSS. Quick google search for news gave me the twitter feed and the direct links there seemed to work.
Posted By: s1ipp3ry
about 5 years ago
its good for what it is, purple sky and all ...
Posted By: jman
about 5 years ago
interfacelift.com is not loading when you type in "www."

but typing in http://interfacelift.com does work
Posted By: Bojan Marsetich
about 5 years ago
As i have seen this as thumbnail I knew is great. As I opened it as full res. I felt calm and good. this is what Cris is achieving, for me.
Posted By: Divyansh
about 5 years ago
its okay....7*/10*
Posted By: fishniw
about 5 years ago
these last two pics have been stellar
Posted By: Beginning
about 5 years ago
It's a nice picture... But as someone once said, the satin water is sometimes too much. This image wouldn't have needed it..
Posted By: Xinthose
about 5 years ago
Lovely.
Posted By: EastTN
about 5 years ago
Beautiful shot Chris. Thanks for all your hard work.

@ Beginning: Shooting this early in the morning normally requires a long exposure. If there is water in a long exposure you get "satin" water. So not only was it more than likely a necessity for this pic, I believe it looks perfect.
Posted By: Beginning
about 5 years ago
@EastTN Ok, I didn't know that, good to know. I'm not photographer as you can tell. :)
Posted By: Dominic Kamp
about 5 years ago
Great composition, Chris! I love the colors!
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 5 years ago
Thanks everyone.

@Beginning: Yeah as EastTN says, the smooth water is typical of shooting at this time of day. It is possible to minimize the effect (higher ISO, wider aperture) however most photographers (myself included) like the effect so don't go out of their way to avoid it.
Posted By: Beginning
about 5 years ago
@Cris Gin: Don't mind me, I don't necessarily know what I'm talking about... :) But it's still an awesome image, as with all of your work. I wish I was half as good as you guys.. :) Ok I'll be quiet now.. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing.

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