sand, shade and pattern...

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by AdriaanSteyn, Feb 16, 2006.

  1. AdriaanSteyn

    AdriaanSteyn TPF Noob!

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    ive had requests for more pics from the arabian desert, so I went back and came up with these

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    I think the last one might be too shaded and I would have liked to have had more sand over the top *shrug*
    Again I was limited due to a barbed wire fence.
    These photos are OTE

    thanks for looking
     
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    I liked the 1st pic. the dunes look good in it. Are these pics taken when u travel south of Dubai. I went there last year to do a jeep safari
     
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    wow... all three are amazing :D
     
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    That sand has a wonderful, smooth "sandy" appearance. With landscapes like this, I like to see postings a little larger (e.g. 740 pixels wide).:)
     
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    Great pics, i like the ripple detail :thumbup:
     
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    yes indeed these photos were taken south of Dubai on route to Oman.

    the photographs definitely looks much better on a large scale, too bad that photobucket reduces the size.

    here is a large version of the first photo 1024 x 683.

    http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=100676783&size=l
     

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