- manyee (23770)
- [2006-11-29 2:13]
Wow, JC, that is a fantastic rockscape (is there such a word?)!
I have seen pictures of this place in art exhibits, etc and have always been curious about it. Thanks for the great notes.
What a great POV and interesting play with light.
TFS. : )
- coasties (28054)
- [2006-11-29 2:16]
This is a very interesting shot. Lovely shapes and textures. Good colour and POV. Thank you!
One of the mosta amazing place in US.
Lovely shot, great atmosphere.
(probably I'll be there next summer, any tips?)
- PhilC (551)
- [2006-11-29 3:34]
JC a lovely photo, I like these erosion canyons but there is nothing like that around where I am. I think the framing and combination of shadows and light areas works well, combined with the 'light at the end of the tunnel'. My only very slight niggle is the dark spot or pebble centre left at the bottom of the frame which is a bit distracting once you have noticed it. Regards Phil. C
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-11-29 5:38]
This looks like a fantastic place for photography and your image is really brilliant!
I love the light coming through the gap and the abstract forms and colours of the rocks.
- Dave (2178)
- [2006-11-29 21:12]
I almost did not open this one because of the thumbnail...;-( Sure would have been my loss! This is very nice! You did an excellent job giving us the actual feel of the place. Sure makes me wish I could have been there...;-)
Thanks for sharing,
ps Thanks for the Lat&Long! Got it marked in my GPS. Maybe oneday I will have the pleasure...;-)
- marjan (2685)
- [2006-11-30 13:05]
hi Ramos, excelent shot and for different in blue tones , not red . I lčike your composition.
- mesquens (2067)
- [2007-10-12 1:18]
Normalmente se espera uma foto de paisagem, quando se fala de Canyon.
É o que você não fez aqui e não fez com muito brilho, já que sua foto é inusitada e resultou num trabalho muito bonito.
Your picture was taken in November and at a fairly fast shutter speed and open aperture. Longer exposure times and narrower aperture tends to bring out more colors in the Navajo limestone that makes up the canyon but that you cannot see with the human eye.
I believe I took this longer exposure image very, very close to the exact spot where you took yours:
Upper Antelope Canyon