Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by abraxas, Nov 19, 2006.
Trying something a little different with the same old, same old.
Well, I like it Walter. Looks like some rough terrain to be hiking through... reminds me of home. Actually the first thing i thought of when i saw it was #3 in this series i took from Watson Lake in Prescott --> [thread=35660]More Stepping Stones...[/thread], although it's not quite as similar as I originally thought it was...
Cool; thanks! I'm pretty happy with the way the shot came out.
The landscapes (Watson Lake - Hidden Valley) appear to have similar origins- intruded granite, exposed by erosion. Doesn't look like as much faulting as in the Joshua Tree NP though.
Here's a description of how the formations may have been built:
Rockpiles and Dikes
I need to change 'dikes' to intrusions. I heard a couple weeks ago that is the 'new' proper name.
Here's my shot of Watson Lake (2 years ago).
i like the snow capped peaks in the background... :thumbup:
nice light too.
Thanks. I had to haulas down there from the hotel to catch the last few minutes.
I think those are the mountains where Flagstaff is located.
sorry....I have no comments..
That's totally cool- Question...
Are you as turned-on as I am right now?
I just wish there was scenery like those where I live
Thanks LP. Sometimes I wish I were closer to the ocean- Like today. Yesterday too. Probably tomorrow also. Maybe the next day, but then I'll get over it.
abraxas, thanks for the continuing view of the desert. I love the lake picture :thumbup:
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