nice perspective, I like the weathered look of the rocks it gives a very organic feel to the image...the choice of b&w works for me too.
Stange shot - it looks a little dull to me, how about some contast in them rocks?
Remind me of the movie Labyrinth. At some point the girl falls down a shaft where hands which protude from the wall hold her and form faces that speak to her...
In this image, it seems like the holes will start talking.
At first I tried to catch a scene in the other direction, then turned around and snapped a shot. Didn't work. Moved closer. Didn't work. Moved closer. Didn't work. Kept doing this ad nausem until I was right on the rock and cursing myself for not bringing my gloves (it was stupid cold). Usually I don't do any hiking without them, especially if I may have to scramble on granite/sandstone. Figures- "Just take me second or two", I thought (30 minutes total).
I really like the texture on that rock...
I'm really diggin' the perspective on this one, man. The patterns of wear and the textures time have given this formation are quite unique. I can only imagine with the winds just right, it could be a spiritual experience hearing the rocks chant.
I'm glad to read that so much effort goes into your shots and it's not just a case of you just walzing about while clicking at things and scoring fabulous photos. :thumbup: