Feeling small

by Jean-Michel Laurenti October. 06, 2017 866 views

There's something special about being alone in front of a breathtaking scenery, it's like having a rare privilege.

Waking up before everyone, walking in the dark, waiting for the sun to rise slowly, hear no other sound than waves and birds ...

Maybe my camera was just an excuse to stand in front of the ocean in the unique site of Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland ... But it was really intense to feel so small when capturing these images.

Giant Causeway, 6am

Giant Causeway, 6am

Giant Causeway, 9pm

Giant Causeway, 9pm

Giant Causeway, 9pm

Giant Causeway, 9pm

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Great images! I remember seeing the place, Giants Causeway, for the first time in the booklet of a Coldplay album. I thought they were just concrete blocks. I really like your photos in this post – They don't even need Chris Martin to make them interesting. ;)

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Jean-Michel Laurenti Replied to Christian Hammer Nielsen 11 months, 4 weeks ago

Hi Christian, sorry for late reaction to your comment! I agree, even when being there, with the geological explanation, it's hard to believe that such a place is just the creation of nature...I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures, thanks !

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Christian Hammer Nielsen Replied to Jean-Michel Laurenti 11 months, 4 weeks ago

No fuss! Thanks for sharing. :)

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Heike 1 year ago

Beautiful photos ! I often have the same feelings, sometimes nature is so overwhelming, that you just stand there and feel small and
in this moments I'm so really thankful, that I have the possibility to see this wonders...It's like being blessed...Not easy to explain. blush

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Jean-Michel Laurenti Replied to Heike 1 year ago

Hi Heike, thanks a lot for this personal comment, I would not be surprised if many other photographers were feeling the same !

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Carmen Boutot 1 year ago

Really cool land formations!

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Jean-Michel Laurenti Replied to Carmen Boutot 1 year ago

Hi Carmen, thanks for passing by. Yep, it's hard to believe that it's entirely natural...but it is!

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This photos are a journey for the eyes!

1 year ago Edited

Hi Sigrid, I'm just glad you enjoyed them, but honestly...the pictures are very little compared to the real place ! :-)

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Helen Hooker 1 year ago

Fabulous landscapes - you really caught it at the best time of day.

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Jean-Michel Laurenti Replied to Helen Hooker 1 year ago

Hi Helen, yes, I was lucky enough to stay there one night, and to have good weather conditions both in the morning and in the evening! Thanks for your comment!

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Berckmans Peter 1 year ago

Been there many years back. Nice photos

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Jean-Michel Laurenti Replied to Berckmans Peter 1 year ago

Thanks! I'll be pleased one day to see yours, I'm pretty sure to discover things I have not seen !

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Antonio Gil 1 year ago

Long exposure is making wonders here. Wonderful work my friend

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Jean-Michel Laurenti Replied to Antonio Gil 1 year ago

Hi Antonio, as usual, a very kind and accurate comment! Yes, long exposure was part of the pleasure to be there, to take the time to contemplate...Thanks and continue to make us travel with your images !

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