9 isolated islands for modern … Robinson!
Key features are the difficulty of approach, isolation from the civilized world and the amazing landscapes, beautiful beaches and a natural environment that offers a unique experience to those who love exploring and adventure. Away from the traditional destinations of the Caribbean or the Maldives, there are 9 islands that may be unknown to many and no advertised, but not lacking either in beauty or in hospitality, quite the opposite! In some cases far outweigh the much known images of destinations.
1. Bouvet, South Atlantic
4. Kiritimati, Line Islands
7. Malden, Line Islands
9. South Sentinel
In the photographer’s words:
“In the rainy season, the Dam is used to irrigate crops. I used the wide angle lens (Nikon 16-35 F4) for my D700. The perspective of the wide angle lens makes the image look more elegant and powerful. I used a shutter speed of 30 sec. to get the silky appearance of the water.
The fishermen in the frame added a point of interest. Many shots were needed because the fishermen kept moving and were blurry in the image. This one came out just right. I decide to crop 1:1 ratio. This resulted in a classic look.”
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