Panoramic view of twin beaches in the Garopaba region. Santa Catarina, south Brazil.
Photos taken at the top of a small peninsula, known as 'the indian cemetery', which divides both beaches. To the left is Barra and to the right is Ferrugem, the latter is well known for surfing... and tons of partying. In the center there's a stream of water coming from the Garopaba lagoon. Not polluted, just a great amount of aquatic life. In the horizon you can see the Serra Geral mountain range, home to the subtropical Araucaria moist forests.
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Originality: To be honest, it's not overly original. Which in this case, is very good. Should this photo be marketed, brochures, tourist info, vacation websites, etc, would gladly pick this photo up to be used as advertisement. Vision: Everyone's vision is their own. It's ridiculous to judge someone's vision. Impact: The bright colors, the business of the little specks of people, the peaceful, serene view, makes you wish you were either there, or the one viewing it. Technique: As I am unskilled in the ways of panoramic photography, I can only assume this is great technique in the shooting sense. However, in the other realm in technique this is really nicely done.