- NellyD (1783)
- [2006-10-11 14:00]
Indeed a strange looking rock, and very well captured by you.
Great details, beautiful colours and sharpness and I like the depth here very much. I also took a closer look at your WS and it's amazing.
Thanks for sharing.
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2006-10-11 14:24]
Another great landscape.
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-10-11 14:26]
I could go on about the elements of composition & the technical aspects that makes this one outstanding..
Suffice to say I'm taking notes ;)
Excellent presentation with the WS addition,
Very well done and a pleasure to view.
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2006-10-11 15:03]
Unusual landscape, hardly to imagine an Ireland like this, the only reminder would be perhaps the smaller green patch on center right. Looks rather like a sub-Saharan region type landscape. A good reminder "to think outside the box" and not always expect a cliche.
- Berlingo (317)
- [2006-10-11 15:29]
These rocks and the sky are splendid. Beautiful contrasts and perfect crop. I like much.
- hester (11638)
- [2006-10-11 16:26]
Wonderful shots, you can really see the great stresses the land has been subjected to. The rock really must have been folded to produce this vertical arrangement. I like the close up shot as it allows you to see the granite in more detail. Nice pink tones in the rock (from the Orthoclase feldspar in the granite I assume). Excellent textures. Great sky, colours, light and composition
- blakitan (5517)
- [2006-10-11 21:02]
Very neat and sharp image. Great PoV. Nicely composed. Beautiful natural colors. Superb shot and great PP works.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2006-10-11 22:36]
Seems to me that you have mastered that lens! Canon should hire you to promote it! I LOVE your photos and learn so much from your work!
Evelynn : )
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-10-12 4:01]
To really stunning photos of this beautiful shaped piece of granite. The UWA lens gave it a lot of depth and beautiful details throughout the scene. I really like the angles in both rock and sky. Great clarity and colors.
- coasties (28054)
- [2006-10-13 2:44]
Awesome Stephen. I love how the foreground rock formation makes takes the eye up to those magnificent clouds. NBrilliant work. Thank you my friend!