Desert Scale...

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  1. LarryD

    LarryD TPF Noob!

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    The Red Sandstone (and clear blue skies) in Southern Nevada is known worldwide to climbers as a challenge. Most of the time the photography just looks like interesting snapshots of boulders and rocks.. But these are mountains..

    .... This one gives some scale and only shows the upper half of the area in the Red Rock Conservatory..

    Can you spot the climbers ? Here is a hint, one of them is in blue and pretty much in the middle..

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    More sky would have been nice, but I like the shades all the same!

    Can't figure out where the climbers are, :grumpy:
     
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    After I read about "blue" and "middle", I found that climber immediately. Not so at first, though. But hey. What colours! Amazing!
    I can live (well) with the amount of rock and little amount of sky!
     
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    If you shoot the Desert a lot, you get tired of all that blue sky.............:lol:

    It's everywhere...

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    As for the climbers... the one in the middle is pretty easy.. The other doesn't really show up in the Web down-processed shot, but he is in the shadow of the far cliff, just under the shelf in the upper left... pretty much just a small shape here...:grumpy:
     

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