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|One of the many amazing sculptures created by the wind and what little rainfall this region receives. Part of the Lake Mungo Lunette, also known as the Walls Of China. located on the eastern 'shore' of the ancient lake bed the Lunette has ben the location of many important archaelogical discoveries. The wide aperture is a result of arriving too late with no tripod and trying to hand hold as it was getting dark.|
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bonjour steve et ioana
vous n'etes pas beaucoup insecte et moi pas beaucoup paysage mais je doit dire que devant un tel paysage et ses superbe couleurs ,on ne peut qu'etre admiratif!!
bravo et merci.
Hi Steve, splendid sand sculpture with wonderful colors, great sharpness, I like it, ciao Silvio
Hello Steve and Ioana!
Another great landscape picture! Beautiful colours, amazing place and... very nice frame! :>
I would change only a little a composition: the rock presented in the middle could be more on the left or right :)
Anyway, very nice photo!
Wonderful color for an area so desolate. There is natural beauty in all that we see and in this case something I have never seen. Very beautiful photo.
Pacific NW wilderness
- [2007-06-22 6:44]
Hello Steve and Iona !
This is a wonderful landscape ! I love the rock formation here, its shape is beautiful. Nice colors, excellent composition and details. Wish I could visit this place some day ! :-)
The colors and light in this photo are really special. It is always great to see the art of mother nature. Great work on the exposure. I migh have tried to get a little less central composition.