- ALIRIZA (781)
- [2006-02-06 12:09]
Very interesting and nice capture .I like composition,color and POV.Your notes are very useful.Congratulations Manyee for shoting.
Have nice days...
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-02-06 12:33]
Wow, I've never seen this before. Thsi really beautifull.
- emmari (3105)
- [2006-02-06 13:06]
Very amazing place !
- shyanni (840)
- [2006-02-06 13:13]
Wow! This is beautiful! It looks like someone spread a leopard skin rug over the rocks.
- samos (39)
- [2006-02-06 13:20]
Hello Manyee Very interesting and very beautiful photo I like it good work thanks for this nice view regards Stavros
- Luc (14767)
- [2006-02-06 15:11]
Je n'ai pas le loisir ces jours-ci d'écrire des commentaires ou des éloges dithyrambiques et panégyriques sur vos travaux.
Et j'ai encore moins le temps pour les traduire dans vote langue maternelle.
Mais je vous prie d'accepter sans ambages le maigrelet icône qu'on me permet de vous octroyer en récompense pour votre travail assidu, source de joies pour mon regard quelques fois ébloui.
Merci amie ManYee.
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-02-07 7:40]
It's an interesting shot ManYee. Very cool the way the water has shaped & sculpted this sandstone. It almost looks like a animals hide with all the brown markings. Well done!
- Chico67 (66)
- [2006-02-07 16:05]
At the first glance, I thought it was an octopus... That sandstone has wonderful colours and stange drawings. It looks like it has been twisted by human hands.
Thanks for the explanations and for sharing,
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2006-02-08 2:47]
a interesting and nice picture. Agreé with Claude, looks like an octopus
The pattern and the colours are lovely.
Well composed and good details.
Very well done, my friend.
Interesting shot. What beach were you at? I don't remember seeing that color of patterned rock. I'll have to go check it out.
- flagman (2408)
- [2006-05-02 11:54]
Just catching up with my critiques, sorry for the delay :)
Oo-er! If you didn't tell me it was sandstone, I'd either think it was a pancake or maybe an octopus!! Fascinating, thanks for sharing.