Dunes at Sossusvlei
- greghume (2160)
- [2005-01-25 20:19]
Great landscape, Colin. It does look hot there. The modeling of the deep shadows and saturation provided by the polarizer really make the shot come alive.
- jossim (12636)
- [2005-01-25 20:21]
Très belle composition avec de beau contraste et de jolie forme. L'exposition est parfaite. FÉLICITATIONS !
- Luc (14767)
- [2005-01-25 20:49]
I am not used to these sandy images, Colin, maybe because I do not see it enough on TN.
An excellent picture with a lot of perspective. No nits.
Thanks for sharing.
- rlortie (2058)
- [2005-01-25 22:13]
I love sand dunes in the desert. And those are one of the most beautiful I've seen. Very good picture: color of the sand against the blues sky is very contrasty. I like it very much.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-01-25 22:41]
Beautiful capture of this sand dunes. Well composed, with excellent color and detail. Beautiful Landscape. These type of beautiful shots do not get the credit they deserve. Nice Job!
- Nico (1321)
- [2005-01-26 0:34]
Great landscape. I like the colour and lines. You have an eye for beauty and the loneliness speaks to me.
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-01-26 4:25]
Great landscape, great colours. The only nit, the sky is not regular. It comes from the polarizer filter.
- coasties (28054)
- [2005-01-26 4:35]
Wow, this looks like the set from a Sci Fi movie. Fantastic colours and I love the textures in the sand. Well done. TFS
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-01-26 10:05]
Colin, I can't add to what has already been said..Superb landscape shot. Very well done! TFS!!
- pompey (2774)
- [2005-01-26 14:33]
Wonderful landscape Colin, great contrast and colours, lovely shadows.
- svdiesen (204)
- [2005-01-27 18:44]
Beautiful shot and colours, now I understand why you found it so hard to get to Death Vlei, those temperatures !
We were there in August, si "wintertime" but it was still quite hot ;-)
Another stunning landscape from Namibia. The composition is quite nice, however I think than a panorama version would have been even more definitive. I have produced a workshop to show you what I mean. I just felt that the exposed rocks in the foreground were slightly distracting from the main element of the image; the contrast between dune and sky - just beautiful.
Very interesting picture. But my first reaction is to suggest to crop the bottom part which is a little bit distracting and not so esthetic compared with the very nice curves given by the sandy hills. I made a workshop to crop it and I found more powerful that way. What do you think ?
I know your works in TE, and this photo caught my attention, and now I have found it in TN.
My question to you, is this one:
Is it possible to put the same photo in TE and TN?
I think that excactly the same is not permit, but is possible another one of the same place but of another POV. Am I right?
I just ask you this to know the rules. Thanks Colin.
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-02-01 4:47]
What amazingly coloured dunes Colin. Such a beautiful landscape, and one that changes daily I imagine. Good colour of the sand against the sky. Well done and thank you for sharing.
- msirois (142)
- [2005-05-27 13:27]
Very nice shot. Excellent colors, very crisp. Well done.
- hehekamone (252)
- [2005-05-27 13:36]
beautiful photo, the colours and contrasts are surreal, very nice POV. its a fantastic photo! thank you for sharing congratullations
- alejandroguzman (452)
- [2005-11-16 20:25]
Stunning scenary, very mistic and powerful.
great DOF and composition.
- duckpond (323)
- [2006-01-08 6:31]
Excellent shot. The shadows and lines created by the early morning sun makes htis shot.
Good composition and nice colours.
- carnota (0)
- [2006-01-19 10:29]
Nice shot! Beautiful landscape, the bright colours are fantastic, great photo, excellent work!
and many thanks for sharing!
I like so much!
The composition gear up for a very fine result.
this one is the best for me
- mario-roberto (2627)
- [2006-06-19 17:23]
what wonderful colours