Washed Over

Or not. Sometimes the visual effects play some tricks and make us see what is not real. What do you think about this one?

btw, this is the cemetery in the old town San Juan Puerto Rico and it is not getting washed over by the Atlantic, it seats way above the sea level.

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22 Responses to Washed Over

  1. safi4775 says:

    Beautiful pic. And I think it’s the wave crest on the right that makes me question the same thing πŸ™‚

  2. It looks quite effective.
    I particularly like the good fortune(?) that some of the lamps are lit – you might also play with some darkening of the background?

  3. ghummakkad says:

    Great picture. My first reaction was…there goes the cemetery!

  4. ludwig980 says:

    Cool picture! Classic effect of a telephoto lens πŸ™‚

  5. simon7banks says:

    With that curved wall, it looks like a ship with a strange cargo.

  6. Rajiv says:

    Brilliant picture. This is a classic. the waves on the shore add to the overall composition

  7. natuurfreak says:

    Beautiful but hat is happening when a sunami comes?

  8. woaw, great illusion πŸ™‚

  9. choppy123 says:

    Great pic, great cemetry, might have to visit one day πŸ™‚

  10. NikkiAnne says:

    Beautiful shot, fascinating subject! In the America of mower-friendly cemeteries, I miss the character
    of so many diverse headstones. Thanks for sharing this, Dmitrii.

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  12. Sally says:

    Amazing!! πŸ™‚

  13. I like the contrast in textures.

  14. mikemcmurray says:

    Great image. You point out an interesting thing.

  15. rayhagen says:

    Very nice photo!

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