|Copyright: Christan Rapp (c_rapp)
|Date Taken: 2007-08-09|
|Camera: Olympus Stylus 710|
|Exposure: f/9.0, 1/160 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-09-08 10:16|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Posting another picture of some hoodoos in Writing on Stone Prov. Park. This one is one of my favorites Love the faces in them. Hope you all enjoy|
Be back tonight to do critiques on all of your amazing pics.
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- ngorse (20)
- [2007-09-08 11:13]
Nice pov, and beautiful contrasts between the sky and rocks. Maybe a little bit overexposed on the bottom right of the picture, but, hey, it's beautiful anyways :-)
Is it not frightening these overhanging rocks above you? (-: A great landscape photo. beautiful natural colors. The face of the right rock is better than the other? Good POV and BG. I like the low position of your camera. So you can see better how hogh they are. Thanks for sharing. Regards and TFS Bob
I did see the comment about over ex- it is a bane of shooting rocks in the sun, so furget about it, no disregard for another observation tho. I do it all the time. And as far as geologic information....it is super. It shows a story of life in geology. Eons of time are engaged in these pictures you post. There are stories that rocks can tell and science can decipher. Rocks are an amazing part of our creation. From clay it is supposed we were created...or dust depending on your particular religious thoughts. This is the start of life and I for one subscribe to the Gaia Theory. Earth has something it wants to tell us. Not enough listen. Your picture is a good example of that maxim. A picture is worth a thousand words.
A good point of view for this interesting structures!
I notice the fine sharpness and attractive bright colours...
The composition is well balanced, with fine lines!