Devil's Marbles - Exfoliation in Action
- manuel1982 (526)
- [2007-04-26 7:24]
- jaycee (25460)
- [2007-04-26 10:57]
Beautiful picture - fascinating notes. I love the colors and the comp. Wonderful details on the boulders. And a magnificent sky.
So are these rocks actually attached to the rock beneath. They look so similar to glacial erratics. They are really big. It is a nice sharp interesting image and note.
Evelynn : )
- Aramok (5166)
- [2007-04-26 12:52]
Great shot. the detail is amazing. I really like the angle here, though I guess there may not have been too much choice!
I was wondering if you have tried any noise reduction software becuase scanned slides/netgatives often give off a lot of noise which is showing in the sky.
- Necipp (100)
- [2007-04-26 16:03]
Hello James a very interesting shot the POV is excellent nice light and a good range of shadows/highlights good sharpness and I love the sky colour tones tfs rgds Necip.
- nglen (36145)
- [2007-04-26 17:56]
Hi James. what a great shot.compostion and POV. are so good. with a great sky colour.Thanks for the notes very useful.
- stevkds (1811)
- [2007-04-26 18:28]
Interesting shot. Very nice excercise with the colour, structure and focus. Very pure and sharp shot. Well done. tfs. Stev
- Adanac (21378)
- [2007-04-26 21:30]
What a huge set of marbles you have captured here, very unique , thanks too for the great note that expands thier formation.
- arfer (0)
- [2007-04-26 22:23]
Wow you certainly get about.Good colour saturation and well composed.The shot is well focused with sharp details.Nicely done.TFS
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-04-27 3:59]
I like your very interesting note and facts. Quality of the picture is great. I think, that Konica could use this picture for own advertising safely. Great POV, composition, sharpness and fantastic in its beautifulness colours. Bravo and TFS.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-04-27 6:07]
Your story about these Devil's Marbles reads well :-).
This is, no doubt, a fascinating creation of nature. No wonder the native aborigines worship it.
The scanned slide image going back 20 years looks mint fresh and beautiful.
- horia (16656)
- [2007-04-27 8:02]
Hi James and really sorry for the delay.
I've been mostly out in the fild these past couple of days searching for some new animals :)
This is a very beautiful shot of this interesting place in our lovely world!
These two huge rocks are indeed a bit wierd, but they make and interesting composition.
Great that you mentioned their size (in relation to you) in your note...otherwise from the shot is rather difficult to tell.
Cheers and TFS
- marioana (1481)
- [2007-04-27 8:49]
Very nice composition. Great colour and sharpness. Good fun subject. Well done.
- MommaMiaX3 (737)
- [2007-04-27 8:56]
Hello James! :)
Fantastic photograph! Teaching me again about another wonderful element of planet earth! They must be monstrous in person, really interesting note, amazing that they expand and contract daily! Thank you for sharing, take care and be well my friend!
- lee (84)
- [2007-04-27 21:12]
Hi James, interesting photo here. Something we don't see everyday. Great colors and tones. The gradient sky adds a nice touch to the photo. TFS.
- claudine (0)
- [2007-04-28 8:55]
This is such an interesting post James! I have learned many things about a region that I have never heard of before. This is a perfect capture of those stunning rocks with superb exposure, POV and details. Thanks a lot!
- clnaef (6814)
- [2007-04-28 10:09]
Bonne idée que d'avoir immortalisé ces deux blocs sous un angle très favorable.
- Franch (59)
- [2007-05-05 19:21]
- vizion (166)
- [2007-05-05 20:44]
Amazing what nature can accomplish.
-Why don't they just role down the cliff? :)
Very informative note.