I love the vastness of it, the bigness of nature, the convoluted nature of it all - in contrast to the earthen linear band at the bottom, which I take to be a graded dirt road?
- Or is that the edge of a plain, at the bottom?
Your work takes my breath away!
I am grateful to have a brain that is able to give meaning to a meaningless universe, that is able to be aware of both the within and the without, that is able to recognize that another intellect has offered a gift and be thankful for it. Your creative perspective always broadens my awareness, leaving me with a feeling of wonderment – an amazed admiration and awe.
Calm majesty beautifully captured. Thank you for witnessing this and bringing it on home to blog.
One can but marvel at the scope of the land. One poses a question using an immerse shadow as an exclamation mark; and the other answers with a mountain range. Such is the discursive nature of the desert.
Very brooding and mysterious - thats just how I like my coffee!
This beautiful photo makes me feel I could be there, see this majesty in person, and sit for hours enjoying the beauty.
got to get there one day. Wished I had done so the year of the rains
I'm just feel so small....Beautiful beautiful place..Kisses..:)
Good lord, that's great drama. This might sound silly, given the two locations, but it reminds me of Wordsworth's descriptions of Nature when she's being other than gentle. I think of The Prelude where she chases him home, scared puddinless.
Absolutely beautiful! If I didn't know where the shot was taken I would say it was Tibet or northern Chile.
Beautiful! I spent so much time there as a kid that I've never gone back as an adult. I really need to go there. It's an amazing place. Fantastic photo!
it is wonderful... i think i got a shot which looks almost the same, from one of the japanese islands i visited. i must search for it and show it to you!