Friday, August 23, 2013

Porthole


In the beginning of August we had a festival for veteran ships in Bergen called "Fjordsteam". It wasn't too easy to get a proper shot of individual ships since they were moored almost on top of each other, so I tried to concentrate on details. This is a shot through the porthole of the pantry of the sloop "Mathilde".

Have a nice Week-End!

19 comments:

Sylvia K said...

And a terrific shot it is, Rune!! I love the reflection and the coffee drinker! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

Malyss said...

A detail, but so much to see inside of it!As a french writer said it, "God is in details"!:o)

Gerald (SK14) said...

lovely patina

HansHB said...

Herlig!
Flott sett og meget godt "brukt" i komposisjonen!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Brilliant idea! When life hands you lemonade, photograph portholes!

EriKa Napoletano said...

Wow! Gorgeous shot! Ciao from Italy

Valerie said...

The more you look, the more you see. Love it.

Becky Jerdee said...

A lovely cameo!!

Banjo52 said...

The porthole makes for a good portrait. I suppose that if we care about the guy as an individual, we'd want more clarity on him and less clutter. But as some coffee drinker in the rough context and clutter of a ship, this seems really good to me. Also, maybe I'd like any color to frame everything, but that green seems especially appropriate for some reason.

Jackie said...

It's so beautiful....
It looks like a painting!!!

katney said...

I love the days when all you can get is details.

Irene said...

Utrolig stilig fanget, Rune! Du har virkelig evnen til å se det mange ikke får øye på en gang!

Ha en riktig god søndag!

Irene

munchow said...

Et herlig bilde, godt sett. Jeg liker de litt røffe fargene og kornstrukturene i bildet. Men mest av alt er det alt det spennende som finnes på innsiden av koøyet som hever bilder, ikke minst mennesket som drikker kaffe, som kan skimtes i bakgrunnen.

imac said...

Neat shot my friend,

Barbara Martin said...

One never knows what one will find through a porthole. There is a wealth of information in this splendid photo, RuneE.

Anne said...

Kjempetøft!!!! den perfekte innramming, og `gamlinger` he he `skal? jo være i noe rundt eller ovalt har jeg sett :-)

Bare digger den lekre blågrønne fargen å, dååån rett og slett!!

RIZALENIO said...

Love the composition. It tells a beautiful story.

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh my goodness, the ships really were moored on top of each other. Kudos to you for taking this great shot!

Phoenix C. said...

Is that an egg whisk I see? Makes me hungry looking through the porthole into the cosy pantry beyond!

Beautiful photo, with atmosphere and the texture and colours too.