- sacimar (32495)
- [2012-05-13 9:13]
good image of this glacier, I like the moment you captured with the ice falling down, good light management, it's an interesting photo report,
- marcan44 (6315)
- [2012-05-13 10:32]
Ciao Sivio, molto spettacolare lo splash di questo ghiaccio che cade in mare dal ghiacciaio.
Ho visto spesso questo fenomeno del disgelo in documentari TV ma non Ŕ mai stato spiegato perchŔ il ghiaccio assume questa colorazione: riflesso del blu del mare o del cielo?
- npecanhuk (79319)
- [2012-05-13 10:53]
Chsoen pov, composition, exposure, colors and sharpness really pleased me!
TFS - congrats,
- rychem (49915)
- [2012-05-13 11:27]
Perfect timing, nice photo of the glacier, well managed colors and lighting
- annjackman (21903)
- [2012-05-13 12:23]
I am amazed at the drama and quality of this image. The blue colour of the glacier with its silvery sheen is beautiful and the falling ice adds acion. Tremendous composition - very well done.
- Gigidusud (21539)
- [2012-05-13 14:27]
Fantastico shot di questo ghiaccio che cade in mare con splendidi colori.Mi piace molto.
- Sonata11 (34009)
- [2012-05-13 23:22]
a fabulous shot, awesome!!! beautiful composition of this glacier. Wonderful presentation flawlessly executed with fantastic light, sharpness and colors, amazing POV. Well done. Thanks for sharing.
All the best,
- emka (115537)
- [2012-05-13 23:49]
Ciao Silvio, So you managed tio catch it. It so difficult to make the shot in the right moment. I can almost hear the roaring of the ctashing ice. Well domne.
- ifege (11178)
- [2012-05-14 1:19]
Perfect timing Silvio! A great galcier one shoing the blue, the crevasses and the drama at the face.
- bayno (18344)
- [2012-05-14 1:53]
non capisco da dove hai scattato la foto e come ci sei arrivato...non credo sia stato facile...
gran momento ben ripreso...
- macjake (78111)
- [2012-05-14 15:10]
its always amazing how Ice seems to look more blue in photo's, and probably in real life too - but yet most people think its white.
I wonder if its the reflection from the sky?
Its on honor to have the chance to photograph this scene.
lucky for you.
- PecoBud (3824)
- [2012-05-15 12:04]
Now this would be the most dangerous hiking trip ever for me, and not sure I could handle the cold either.
I love the colors in the ice here, and with great care to light management. Superb clarity and your POV is stunning to say the least!! Great Job Silvio!!
TFS...............Your Friend from California...........Buddy
- ayferaldanmaz (1085)
- [2012-05-15 14:38]
what a breathtaking view! real an excellent action shot captured at the right moment.. awesome photo job..
- baddori (20161)
- [2012-05-15 23:43]
Una immagine fotografica di quanto filmati come "national geographic" propone,no ...i movimenti dei ghiacciai..o di quello che resterÓ continuando.
Ottima presentazione caro amico ...viaggiatore.
- delpeoples (60236)
- [2012-05-16 1:29]
Oui oui caro Jeppo
Sembra l'Antarctica! hai catturato bene questo momento decisivo, che solo alcuni di noi vedra'. Bellissimi i toni e tessiture che unisce con il taglio verticale da fare una foto strepitosa ma quasi astratto. Complimenti e ti auguro una bella giornata del sole.
- abmdsudi (64237)
- [2012-05-16 8:22]
Must have been a breath taking view close up, that is just beautiful what a wonderful sight that must have been for you. It is really quite spectacular you have done well to capture it. I particularly love the details and blueish colours of the glacier and the splashing power and majesty of nature wonder. The tones are delicate, a lovely atmosphere. Great capture
Well done. TFS
- ikeharel (85538)
- [2012-05-19 7:49]
This is a great evidence that ice is really blue, Silvio.
The place is overwhelming, the glacier is known to be on a constant move, thus is falls appart when reaching this loaction.
A fabulous nature shot,
- ourania (51103)
- [2012-05-29 12:28]
a majestic and beautiful view, a powerful and awesome moment, a rare sight captured with superb clarity and wonderful lighting. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best,
- ktanska (31009)
- [2012-07-03 12:30]
That blue tone always fascinates me when I see pictures of Argentinian gllaciers. Rough edges tells about violent forces that break the ice down to ocean. And you were there on the right time to see it happening. Water is full of smaller pieces of ice, thats amazing.