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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by abraxas, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. abraxas

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    WOW amazing
     
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    Bravo! This is really nice.

    Mac,
     
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    Beautiful shot, Abraxas. Well done :thumbsup:
     
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    A lot of "sci-fi" going on in there!! Nice, I like :)
     
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    Very impressive braxas. Well done!!!
     
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    Thanks everyone! I'm glad you all like it. I dig being out there in the weirdness at the first crackage of the morning.
     
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    Lovely shot - love the difference in lighting in it :) Sorta in a way looks like snow on one side and then dry desert on the other
     
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    Thanks. The contrasts really caught my eye. There's salt on both sides of the berm, it's just lost in the morning light.
     
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    stunning shot abraxas, just love the contrast and colours and the comp works perfectly.
     
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    Wow fantastic! The hot looking dry desert where nothing can survive meets the equally inhospitable icy wastes which forever holds on to the corpses of those long dead ....

    Or something ;)

    Anyway, way cool pic :)
     
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    Thanks Roger-

    I'm really getting into what the first bit of light of day can do.

    Thank you Mohain,

    This shot jars my imagination. I keep going to mutants and extraterrestrial beings.

    It's actually railroad ties that were pounded into the ground to retain the walls of a soda/salt evaporation pond. The information I have indicates the ties have been in the ground since, at the latest, 1936. Maybe as far back as 1908.
     

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