- Argus (50626)
- [2007-10-28 10:48]
Interesting study of the way rock split up by natural forces. I like the composition, the conifer providing an opposite cone shape, while the greenery in general provides softness to the hard rock composition.
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2007-10-28 13:37]
Hello Evelynn, I love those patterns and textures, you've seen it well and you've captured it perfectly. Well done,
- Juyona (16891)
- [2007-10-28 14:32]
Buenas Noches amiga, (en Canarias)
el color de las grandes rocas
y el de los árboles una bella combinación...
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2007-10-28 15:07]
Nice contrast between the rock and the fir tree. The cooling contraction lines and intrusions of quartz or feldpar make an excellent posting.
- horia (16656)
- [2007-10-29 1:31]
Another most original shot from you. Very well seen this unique place and very well captured and composed.
All those intersecting lines on the rock bahind are impressive because of their simplicity and the complexity off the shapes they draw at the same time.
I considerr the vertical line described by the fir tree to be part of the geometry, too here, not onlt it's triangular shape...but i gues everyone looks at this picture in their own special way, and that's what makes this shot so fantastic. A splendid abstract!
I wanted to debate more on it and maybe even do a WS with some geometric lines in this photo, but i got some exams comming up this week and i got to study...at least a little bit :)
Anyway, a big Bravo for the keen eye and TFS
- arfer (0)
- [2007-10-29 9:06]
This would be a good shot in the winter ,it would make a nice Christmas card.I agree with James the contrast of textures between rock and conifer are very good.I like the lines and shapes in your composition.TFS
You did a great job. My compliments. Lightened the photo in the computer and than this as result. "Chapeau" I like also the composition, the conifer providing an opposite cone shape. But the straight up line from the conifer and the line on the rock going to heaven! Is this what the people in Colorado Springs means with "The Garden of the Gods" ? POV, BG and DOF are good. Natural colours. Sharp and ful of fine details. A very nice compo. regards and TFS BOB
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-10-30 11:46]
I like the different triangles in this photo and how all the different lines seem to point toward the young pinetree. Your technique of lighten up the photo looks perfect, I cannot see any noise in the darker areas or any loss otherwise. And that with the JPEG format. The texture in the rock is very beautiful.