Salt & Water in Peru
- JohnTulip (35303)
- [2006-12-03 17:51]
Wonderfull and what I like so much Vandana the diffrent photo's you are showing in here!!This 'diagonal ' line is super! Even works as a leadin! Nice shot and sharp!! TFS
- captainsgirl (7132)
- [2006-12-03 21:33]
wow..isn't that neat, never heard of such a thing! neat photo though...salt..wow..never would of thought..TFS
- drackness (3573)
- [2006-12-04 2:22]
great compo and amazing capture my dear Vandana... i like it so much... the result of the capture is just excellent... congratulations... TFS...
- hay_kes (65535)
- [2006-12-04 6:28]
Very interesting shot.İmpressive soft colours.Well done.TFS.
- lucbus (10358)
- [2006-12-04 6:39]
This is a very nice composition with the use of the diagonal and the high contrasts. I would have just preferd to have more focus on the salt. But still a very nice photo.
- Janone (0)
- [2006-12-04 7:13]
Looks very 'Salty'. Nice diagonal composition.
- cse (0)
- [2006-12-04 8:04]
it seems as a fight. White vs Red. And white who is cannibal, is eating the red..
Thanks for this interesting image,
Cihan Selcuk Eksi
- Viking (4383)
- [2006-12-04 8:04]
Not an every day view. So this is where the salt is building up, the water must have chemical stufflooking to the brown color. Artistic shot Take care
- birikino (422)
- [2006-12-04 10:52]
Very interesting picture. My best regards. ihsan
- Josine (4069)
- [2006-12-04 15:08]
Great contrasts Vandy .. welldone girl :-)
You made a point for the TL girls in here :-) Hug and bye bye
- harpya (7534)
- [2006-12-06 10:20]
Interesting visual, I imagine that in wide climbs, all this salt in the formation. He ignored this effect of the nature. Beautiful explanatory text.
Congratulations for his work
- SaraT (1155)
- [2006-12-11 15:10]
very neat and wonderful details
- Werewolf (26142)
- [2006-12-13 23:55]
Funny how it look like a curious snow... But i would not drop hot mapple tuffy on it... On real snow it something delicious... But on salt... I'm not sure :)
The texture of underwater is something great too!
Only some adapted bacterias can live in a water like that :)
I enjoy the detail!
Very interesting to see it. This is a process known since the beginning of history (History begins at Sumer) and even before.
If you want more interesting facts, about history...