I went to Brazil over the holidays and it rained, and rained, and rained. While that was unfortunate, I was able to observe how low laying clouds effect the landscape. Brazil was an inspiration in this image. My first landscape of 2014.
The Fuego del Mar dropped anchor in the small mountain cove of Gloriá de la Sol. She was unseen by the peak-side Cielo tocó Temple, which had the ever-present chore of overseeing the safety of the islands natives - fauna and flora alike. Captain Jonathan Drake of the Fuego del Mar had no interest in the native beings of this island. He had his sights set upon the mythical rock, the Piedra Reencarnación. Little did he know, that all-powerful stone would prove more difficult to obtain, as it was in the hands of the islands protectorates.
This is really cool! I remember the smoky Mountains on our TN trip did something just like this. But whats really neat about this is the Caribbean tropical feel. Ship is great for sense of scale and the castle presence is just so ominous. Then there is that murky orange water that sets off the coolness of the rocks and mountains that I just love!