GORGEOUS!Such a beautiful place and your photos of it are amazing.The lighting was perfect. You are so good!
Simply breathtaking! Marvelous photography of an extraordinary scene.
I bow to you. FabUlous!!!
Incredible. A cutaneous wonder. And since we are witnessing Death Valley, I venture to say that we are talking about dry, cracked skin. Still, the earth's crust is more beautiful than the most brilliant and revered stroke of a Renaissance master's brush (and the sky is not too shabby either).
I agree this is amazing. I love the way you captured the patterns,colors, light and shadows.
You are an extraordinary artist . . .
WOW! Absolutely gorgeous! And obviously Antonioni's movie came to my mind.
the death valley photos….. I recently went through my fathers kodachrome slides and found several slides of Death Valley; same location. Your photos have the vividness of the old kodachrome when it keeps true to the colors. I've still yet to visit DV but when I do this will be the area I go to.
You've made it feel very real, right around the corner. But you haven't made me want to go there. Scenes like these usually rouse my awe at the European-American pioneers and their Native American predecessors. I feel put upon when I have to change the battery in the TV clicker.
My adventures in Death Valley did not bring to light the beauty there as you have found through your lens. I did indeed always appreciate the peace there but I have to thank you for showing me how to go beyond my limited sight.
Beautiful, very painterly! It amazes me that people travelled across it during the Gold Rush in wagons and horseback.