- PaulH (13882)
- [2008-10-25 7:39]
Hi Radomir, this is very similar to a limestone rock formation we have here in England, called Malham Cove. The only difference is that this one is still flowing with water and Malham Cove is a long dead remnant of the ice age! Very nice vertigo inducing POV here, and fascinating rock bands..
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-10-25 7:45]
Wow look at all that layering...it is a super geologic study. A place I sure would have liked as a younger man and more agile..one can see evidence of all the various minerals..ooooops..just now noted that you also saw that...Yes...That is the way of geology eh? It is one of my favorite subjects but my wife took it over from me in college many ears ago and she is my geology expert when I need one.she never tossed her textbooks. We have a library!
- Amadeo (3323)
- [2008-10-25 8:49]
Hola Radomir, buena fotografia, vertigo tenía que ser el titulo, diferentes tonos de color captados en las diferentes capas de terreno, la toma tiene buena luz y bonitos tonos de color. Un saludo
- Argus (50626)
- [2008-10-25 9:38]
Yes the different colured roch strata are fascinating in this capture and are to my mind the main feature of this image. I suppose it must be the different minerals in the strata that cause differences in the algal growths.
Nicely composed and exposed.
TFS this interesting image,
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2008-10-25 9:49]
Now thats a cool waterfall the multi-colored strata layers is very appealing to the eye, I like the contour of ot as well, you selected a nice POV.
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2008-10-25 11:38]
Hi My beloved friend Radek,
A gerat shot shawing the stratification in this waterfall with nice deytails from an upper POV. TFS my friend! Greetings from Cyprus,
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2008-10-25 16:33]
A lovely shot showing this waterfall very well. It actually looks quite natural and very like some of the waterfalls in the limestone areas of the Pennines.
- lousat (65489)
- [2008-10-25 16:48]
Hi Rado,very interesting situation to show,perfect POV to show the differents colors of the rocks,finally something to different on TN,thanks for share,have a nice Sunday,Luciano
- ridvan (5205)
- [2008-10-26 1:18]
Hi radomir; fantastic and beautiful landscape.amazing shot with superb details and good colours.Very nice composition.TFS
- jazdzurka (1055)
- [2008-10-26 4:48]
Też nie spodziewałabym się po Estonii takich wodospadów :)
Jeśli chodzi o zdjęcie to bardzo dobrze udało Ci się oddać warstwy skały.
Dobra perspektywa i ostrość.
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2008-10-26 7:17]
looking at this fall must be a great experience for you, i liked the way you have captured it, the various layers reflects the process of the stone formation, well composed shot with fine pov,
tfs & regards
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2008-10-26 7:23]
Hi Radomir, superb POV for this splendid view of wonderful waterfall, very well done, ciao Silvio
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2008-10-26 9:39]
Good pov and sharpness.
I like the differt stadia colours in the rock.
- joey (24909)
- [2008-10-26 15:11]
what an amazing waterfall!
It must have been an impressive sight!
Very good composition.
- Maite (5199)
- [2008-10-27 4:14]
How beautiful and interesting this waterfall and the geological formation! Looking at those layers you wonder what different moments the Earth has lived. Excellent POV and composition.
Very good job.
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2008-10-27 5:36]
Es un placer visitar tu galería por las excelentes imágenes y abundante e interesante información que acompañas en tus notas.
Original toma con tan curiosa gradación de color producida por esos elementos que describes en la nota, gracias por compartirla, un cordial saludo
- Heaven (7912)
- [2008-10-27 9:18]
I'm glad to see a picture of this country that I don't know well. The title suits the content very well. It's amazing to notice these different layers of colours. Moreover, the notes are excellent and explain the reason of the phenomenon.
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2008-10-27 12:07]
Duzy ten wodospadzik. Podobaja mi sie te warstwy skalne i punkt widzenia pokazujacy to gleboka jakby studnie. Fajny pomysl na prezentacje
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2008-10-27 13:11]
Hello Radomir, very interresting place! Very good picture with great textures and colors, good pov. Very well done, thanks!
- siggi (52850)
- [2008-10-28 0:38]
To jest bardzo interesujace jak tutaj pokazujesz geologiczne warstwy tych skal.Ciekawe czy ta woda tam caly rok tak sobie ciurka.Doskonala pionowa perspektywa.Interesujace miejsce.Pozdrawiam Siggi
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-10-29 3:20]
The colours of the rock strata are really very fascinating, Radomir.
I am also impressed with the half moon shape of these rocks which, I think, were formed by the continuous flow of water.
It is an interesting shot and thanks for sharing it.
- efsus (3947)
- [2008-10-30 0:51]
Sanki bir gökkuşağı şeklini ve renklerini andıran bu güzel doğal manzarayı muhteşem kaydetmişsin. Eline sağlık.
Yeni karelerde görüşmek dileği ile.
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2008-11-02 1:28]
A nice capture of this beautiful waterfall. Very well composed shot with a very good POV. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- anel (40574)
- [2008-11-02 4:45]
Very interesting posting! You have well chosen your point of view to show these amazing different colors of geological layers and also to show us the vertiginous hight of the waterfall. Very beautiful natural colors. I hope that you didn't take to many risks to take this picture!
Thanks a lot
- horia (16656)
- [2008-11-17 13:19]
I saw that i overlooked some of your recent photos, but had an easy one in picking one to critique on when i saw this beauty.
You are right: it's not the height of the waterfall that takes the eye away here, but the strata behind it.
The "multi-coloured BG" is amazing and it's so well visible how the water managed to carve its way through all those layers of different types of rocks.
The result here is absolutely amazing and i'm sure it's even better when you see it with your own eyes (and also get to hear the sould of the falling water).
Great photo and presentation!
Bravo and TFS
- peter_stoeckl (11530)
- [2008-12-07 4:56]
a very impressing scenery showing quite uniquely multicoloured layers of sediments on that cliff - with the falling waters just starting to cut through, probably reaching ground level in 26,000 years ...
An unexpected place to see in the flat Baltics. Thank you my dear friend. With all my best wishes to you.