The Lost World
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-04-27 22:37]
I like the way the central tree shows up so well against the misty limestone plateau and the image is well titled to remind one of that marvellous Arthur Conan Doyle Book.
I hope you find your way up cliff one Prof. Challenger!
Looks like the Paparoa Mts are great to visit!
Thanks and cheers,
- Heaven (7912)
- [2009-04-27 23:11]
Congratulations for this marvellous and deep picture. I like the somehow heavy and sad atmosphere very much, it's mystic at best and invites for meditation. I like those fingers pointing out from the mist very much and your allusion to A.C. Doyle is accurate.
P.S. If you like caverns you should have a look at The Grottes des Demoiselles. It's breathtaking.
- Panoptic83 (758)
- [2009-04-28 1:08]
Now this scene immediately reminded me the scene in Jurassic Park, where the surroundings look mysterious and also a place where some saints and sages meditate for years in quest of soul-education which not many vie for and also for some eternal solace.
- roges (6264)
- [2009-04-28 1:34]
Hi Steve !
Interesting capture. Excellent title.
Some great colors, clear and warm with very good contrast and clear.
Interesting description provided.
Have a beautiful day,
- luciola (4193)
- [2009-04-28 6:10]
The mysterious lost world. And beautiful.
- SelenE (13972)
- [2009-04-29 4:09]
What a beautiful place! I would love to see this in real... TFS
- PaulH (13882)
- [2009-04-29 11:57]
What, no pterodactyls?! You really do live in an awesome place Steve. The lone Podocarp looming out the mist gives this so much character, well seen and thanks for sharing.