Friday, August 28, 2009

The ever-sinking ship



We've posted evening/night photos of the ever-sinking ship previously. This is what it looks like mid-morning. It will probably never really sink. Remember, this is Disneyland for adults!

19 comments:

Susan said...

How do you get your photos so bright? It's not just the black background. I love how light and yet not washed out they are.

Vogon Poet said...

Love the first image with the perfectly specular eflection. Is it really possible they did it on purpose?

Robert said...

Beaucoup de charme ce bateau. C'est incroyable comme vos obtenez des photos très nettes. Est ce la lumiére naturel ou un réglage de votre appareil photo.

cieldequimper said...

The reflection in the first shot is truly amazing.

Ilse said...

Wow! Luminous. Wonderful photographs.

Leif Hagen said...

I still think you and Lois should jump in your canoe and go bail them out!

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - You're right. We should do that. And we would except our canoe sank!

Jacob said...

@ VP - Yes, of course. That's what they do! It's very effective, though...right?

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It makes such an unusual reflection being half sunk. Disneyland for adults? Haha! I thought that was East Gwillimbury. ;-)

JM said...

What an amazing catch! The reflection is so perfect!!!

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

Fantastic photos!
But I do wonder why anyone would do this on purpose. That's strange.......

Best regards
Asta

Jacob said...

@ Asta - It gives the place a certain panache, or "authenticity." Disneyland for adults!

Jacob said...

@ Robert - You're seeing the natural light. I made a big mistake here, and had the camera set to "flash" white balance, so actually I had to darken the photos a bit to get the correct exposure.

Ashley said...

The reflection is absolutely amazing! Both images are beautiful!

Eamon said...

These are gorgeous, and the subject is fantastic. Oh for a slowly sinking boat near here! Excellent photos Jacob.

Bibi said...

We've got several of these along the Danube and Sava rivers here...

Daryl said...

I'll bite, so why is this boat 'sinking'?

Jacob said...

@ Daryl - Because those who run The Villages want it that way! :-)

amatamari© said...

Beautiful photographs for a Drama Series ...
Poor boat
:-D