Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Theme Day: Big

Moby Wonder bow and a gozzettaThe “gozzetta” of the Venice quarter is training in the waters of the “Porto Mediceo” just in front of the bow of the “Moby Wonder”.

Search labels: Moby - ferry

43 comments:

Sunny said...

Big? It's huge! A great shot for a comparison.
Sunny :)

Lachezar said...

Wow! This is a great take on the theme! Cheers!

Wan Hashim said...

Beautiful Shot. Contrast between big and small boat.

brattcat said...

It's no wonder you chose the 'moby wonder' for your example of BIG. Good choice.

Babooshka said...

That really does scream big at you. Great shot.

Teresa Bitler said...

It's been said before, but wow! You really captured the theme.

Antjas said...

Big? That thing's monstrous!

BeachILike said...

Beautiful picture, nice idea of capture BIG!

Leif Hagen said...

It's not BIG, it's SUPER BIG! Nice harbor view of the BIG boat!

James said...

David vs Goliath. That is a cool shot.

Jacob said...

I like the differences in scale in this photo, which makes it so effective. That, and also the great colors!

Quite an interesting shot, VP!

Tash said...

Most excellent BIG. Applause, applause! Great shot - it is great how effective the photo is showing only a detail and implying the hugeness of the ship.

gogouci said...

Perfect choice for Theme Day. I love it. This picture made me laugh out loud. Thanks.a

Wolynski said...

Yes, that is big. The elephnt and the mouse. Spectacular photo.

Jilly said...

Love how you show the size by showing the smaller boat. That's big. I put a boat on Monte Carlo today too. I love the previous comment - elephant and the mouse! True.

me said...

Excellent! Thanks for reminding me that today is a BIG day! I almost forgot. Happy settembre!

Chuck Pefley said...

Stunning comparison!

Gunn White said...

Wow, you have really managed to add something BIG in your photo!
Nice composition and colors!

amatamari© said...

Great idea and interpretation
of themes ...
Beautiful shot!

Nathalie said...

Congratulations for this brilliant shot. The tiny rowing boat gives a striking idea of how BIG the ferry behind can be.

One of the best shots I've seen so far on the theme!

joo said...

Wow, it's not big, it's huge!!!
Superb photo:)

Hilda said...

Fantastic shot for scale!
I really love those Loony Tunes ships.

Jim K said...

I hope Moby isnt moving.

B SQUARED said...

Can you imagine trying to row The Moby?

JM said...

SUPER! What a great shot for the theme day!

Ellie said...

I remember the loony tunes big boat from few weeks ago. Very brave young man rowing in the big waters! There is a thrill and action full image!

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Frightening! Very nice job of showing the scale. Nice photo!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

ok, that is big. Great perspective of big. one of the best interpretations today!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow it's massive!Cool post!
Léia

Halcyon said...

I like the contrast between the big and the small. Nice choice!

Saretta said...

Yes, that renders the concept of big quite effectively!!!

Steffe said...

Big it is!

AntiguaDailyPhoto.Com said...

What a great contrasting photo, certainly I get the concept of BIG.

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Ineke said...

wow, those rowers are fierce! Great photo.

cieldequimper said...

My favourite vessel on Theme Day. Indeed huge.

Fio said...

Wow, it's really big and spooky a little bit :|
Very good choice for today ;-)

warsawdailyphoto said...

Great image. The contrast between the rowers and the goliath ferry is great. Nice colours.

tapirgal said...

. . . and your ship has more colors. This is a great angle! Great photo op with the little boat.

Per Stromsjo said...

I too had a feeling you were going to return here. Great pick!

Ilse said...

Really excellent!

Andreea said...

As everyone else said: great shot, nice framing and beautiful colors. If there was a Theme Day 1st prize I would vote for your picture.

Ham said...

I love the contrast, and you do have to check for a few moments to make certain the big one isn't moving....

Baruch said...

My goodness, how small the rowing boat looks!