Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by djengizz, Oct 21, 2006.
Some volcanic landscapes from a recent trip to Tenerife
Hi, nice shots, for some reason I like no. 5
if the mist in no.3 wasn't that featureless, it would be my favourite though .
Reminds me of nearby Lanzarote, some shots I posted recently :
and a (rather poor) volcano shot from Lanzarote:
I guess I should try Tenerife soon as well, seems to be nice!
3, 5 & 9 for me
I recognize the Teide volcano and it's lava 'flood plain'. The highest mountain in Spain, the highest mountain in any Atlantic island, and the third largest volcano on Earth.
I climbed to the top, at 3700 meters, where there is a small caldera (approx. 100 feet wide) with a couple dozen stinking sulfur vents.
The Teide's lava 'flood plain' has been the location of many feature films of prehistoric subjects. Like "One Million Years B.C.", the B-movie that shot Raquel Welch into stardom as a sex symbol and 'cult siren'.
Obviously not shot on the island of Tenerife, contrary to this one (I'm guessing):
very interesting landscapes, gotta love those funky rocks and even funkier plants.
i'm going to go with #3 myself. The Mist adds a sense of wonder. You did manage to get a nice blue sky in a lot of the photos.
great shots... #3 is my fav as well... :thumbup:
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