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Posted by andrewmay on December 02, 2013
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Posted by haqiqah on July 19, 2012
Your work is outstanding!
Posted by zalMania on June 16, 2012
Posted by barb on June 03, 2012
Great composition and perspective!
Posted by charl3n3 on March 17, 2012
This looks almost surreal. I can't tell if it's a photo or digital art.
Posted by ribbonoflightimages on February 05, 2012
Stunning Paolo, stunning.
Posted by tanyakarlova on January 16, 2012
Posted by rlroca on December 09, 2011
Gorgeous capture Paulo...
Posted by chocolateredback on November 25, 2011
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO BE AND SEE...AND PHOTOGRAPH.
Posted by ivanjancok on October 17, 2011
perfect composition ! ! !
Posted by laureenwarrington on September 16, 2011
Such a great capture!
Posted by spadecaller on September 15, 2011
Posted by rodeorose on September 15, 2011
It is such a stunning place to catch the light Paul. Great lens you work with. Title's cool.
Posted by jesika on September 15, 2011
An intriguing and thought provoking image, wonderful scene. Iwant to walk on those uneven planks to see what lies beyond the huts. Is it just the sea, or something other?
Posted by pauloruimartins on September 15, 2011
It's just a river, my friend. The spot has a wonderful light and when one explores the details within some angles we get images like this. About the title, it wasn't thought to provoke but to give impact based on the contrast to the real thing. That's because is surrounded by quotes. Thanks a lot for your interesting comment.
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