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Comments (14)


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CoolDimension Online Now! 1:01AM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Fantastic vista! Wonderful crisp and detailed photo! Great composition!

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starship64 1:22AM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Beautiful shot!

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paul_gormley 2:09AM | Thu, 27 January 2022

wow, that is a stunning shot, Richard, love those rock sand the colours

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Darkglass Online Now! 3:19AM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Fantastic scenery.. top capture...!!

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Koala44 6:38AM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Beautiful landscape, it is a very beautiful rock formation. Nice view.

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Jean_C 9:57AM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Great place and capture!

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bakapo 12:09PM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Interesting layers and colors, here.

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VDH 2:38PM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Unique landscape, awesome capture !!!

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mifdesign 7:23PM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Very beautiful photo, wonderful lanscape. Thank you very much for sharing, my dear Richard.

PhthaloBlue 7:31PM | Thu, 27 January 2022

Marvellous rock formations!

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RodS 3:46PM | Fri, 28 January 2022

Wonderful capture, Richard. I love places like this!

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daggerwilldo 10:07PM | Mon, 31 January 2022

There be 'rattle snakes' in there....

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anahata.c 2:20AM | Wed, 02 February 2022

this looks like a hut, or a pueblo of sorts....but it's a natural formation (not human-built). A beautiful capture of the relentless horizontals of these formations (sedimentary? I think?) How those lines dominate from left to right. And of the beige/amber/dark orange hues so indigenous to this landscape. And all the scruffy bush and brush. Beautiful.

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Elcet 5:04AM | Sat, 05 February 2022

It would be necessary to add a foreground (a stone, a plant) to add depth and interest to your image. Otherwise these rock formations are very nice and impressive.

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