- reggaetime (6525)
- [2010-05-19 2:17]
Extraordinaire phénomène de la nature!!!Ces concrétions sont vraiment incroyables.On dirait des boules de glace.
Belle image avec une documentation extrêmement enrichissante.TFS Ralph.Catherine
Ravie de faire partie de vos favoris.Merci
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2010-05-19 2:52]
I do love how there is always a legend to explain unusual, natural features! They do make life interesting!
This is a fine shot, well composed for thirds and with the sand channel providing a good lead towards the focal boulders; these are sharp with excellent textures, and shadows which help to reveal their shape.
Have a good day,
- dilshan74 (6696)
- [2010-05-19 5:37]
Amazing Ultra Wide Angle POV with great Dof, sharpness and color in this well composed and exposed shot. Very useful notes to supplement this interesting shot- well done and TFS!
- jimmyjimmy (127)
- [2010-05-19 7:26]
Thanks for the history on the these odd boulders. Great capture and TFS.
- rychem (21244)
- [2010-05-19 9:33]
Very interesting subject - these rock formations and very interesting note.
- SunToucher (8380)
- [2010-05-19 10:37]
Did you know that the same boulders can be found in California? It is amazing to see such perfect spheres in nature. I like your POV a lot since it gives a great idea about the size of the boulders. The harsh light is well controlled with no over exposed areas and just a few shadow areas.
- Experiment (277)
- [2010-05-19 13:02]
Great rendering of this unique phenomenon. Good colour mix with nice, soft light. Interesting shot of an intresting subject complemented by a very interesting note.