- Evelynn (14448)
- [2007-03-17 0:40]
What a fascinating note Aires. I know that folk medicine of the south US often includes "eating clay". It's a nice sharp image.
Evelynn : )
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-03-17 3:25]
An interesting landscape, captured with fine details!
The colours are most eye-catching, and contrast well the remains of snow...
For sure, spring has arrived!
- dew77 (13237)
- [2007-03-17 4:04]
Magnificent landscape.I liked low level POV,large DOF,sharpness and framing a lot.Bentonite clay is also very important for civil and geological engineering.It's mixing with water and using by excavating and drilling soil for reinforcing.Have a great weekend:)
- delic (898)
- [2007-03-17 4:35]
As someone who has a keen interest in geology, this photograph is of great appeal to me. Read your very informative note, too. The photo itself reflects careful composition with perfect exposure. The little patch of snow adds a nice touch.
- anel (39858)
- [2007-03-17 8:19]
Again a wondeful landscape picture with an excellent and very instructive note. The different earth-tones in your picture are just marvellous,specially in contrast with the blue sky. Amazing what you can all cure with this clay.
- fallan (75)
- [2007-03-17 9:03]
Add a little purple and the area could be in southern Utah. Very nice photo.
- jmp (8413)
- [2007-03-17 9:14]
Excelent photo and outstanding note; I've enjoy every word on it.
Best regards, José M.
- cicindela (9224)
- [2007-03-17 9:35]
Great, monumental presentation! :) Colours are nice and warm, DOF very good and POV very interesting. I like the stratification well seen on the rocks and a very interesting and informative note.
TFS and best greetings,
- anahory (1377)
- [2007-03-17 19:00]
this is the landscape I always love to see:the great wide vista,the open ,wild,spaces that we in Europe always associate to the American continent!
Your photo is magnificent in colour ,composition and takes me across the ocean to the open spaces of wild America!
very interesting notes ,also!
um abraço do Amigo de Portugal
- methos (1189)
- [2007-03-18 5:38]
This is so nice. Details, textures, colors...it's amazing!!
Useful note as well!
- nainnain (6259)
- [2007-03-18 14:18]
bravo pour cette prise de vue, bonnes couleurs, bon POV
I've with a lot attention reading your note, I find this very well that these are protected, I'm no green soldier but we must us nature conserve.
It's a wonderful picture with the last snow, lovely landscape wit a wonderful relief!
Thanks for sharing.
What a great landscape picture. Razor sharpness, rich colours, amazing composition and POV. Note, as always, is full of content and interesting. Thank you for your nice picture and so nice words addressed to me.
- saguzar (7202)
- [2007-03-19 16:32]
Beautiful desolate landscape, I like the good "textures" you´ve captured of the relieve and the good note that accompanies it.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-03-20 14:47]
Looks like winter has passed and spring is arriving. A great photo with a perfect composition. The little mound in the FG with the patch of snow in the shade is a great leadline to the larger mount with all its beautiful layers and shapes. The clear sky makes the photo perfect.
- rishabh6296 (827)
- [2007-03-23 12:28]
great pov and saturation.Excellent place.
- NellyD (1783)
- [2007-03-23 12:58]
That's a very impressive landscape.
You're capture looks great, with beautiful colours and excellent details.
I liked reading your note also, it's very interesting.
Thanks for sharing both of them!
- anavazao (3829)
- [2007-03-24 17:39]
is a great place ... the persfective is excellent! The colours are good! A very good note! Take care Ana:)
Sorry, but I did not forget my promise. I am just terribly slow in catching up.
To start with, you provided a very interesting and highly educational note. Great stuff MF. The photo offer great visual material to go with the fascinating notes. The image is exceptionally sharp and displays excellent colours. The composition was obviously carefully planned and captured as it fits snugly into the 1/3's rule for landscaping with clear lines depiction the foreground, midground, and the lovely blue sky. The DOF was spot-on to give great focus throughout the entire range from foreground to infinity. The sporadic patches of snow give a nice break in the repetitive brown colouration of the Bentonite clay.
Very well done and TFS.
- edal (1853)
- [2007-04-17 2:11]
Nice landscape, Mario! Though barren one - after your explanation note one gets involved in the curiosities of the place. When reading about the restrictions over the place, one gets happy that they have not forbidden shooting at the place;-))
It looks like a little Ayers rock ! Great shot.
- touristdidi (2488)
- [2007-07-05 20:20]
Wow, I needed that stuff in India and Nepal, for my stomach! Maybe tht is why some pregnant women want to eat clay.....I was given two tiny bits of charcoal when sick on the airplane, and it that a miracle for my stomach.....