A piece of Africa in Europe II
- delic (898)
- [2007-04-20 17:27]
I have seen this sort of landscape which is a product of erosion in many countries. They are always a pleasure to watch, esp. in golden hours of the day. A well-composed, sharp image presented with an excellent note, as usual.
- XOTAELE (8)
- [2007-04-20 17:48]
Preciosos colores los de la tierra en contraste con los cerdes de los árboles.
Bellas formaciones rocosas.
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2007-04-20 19:43]
The detail in the beautiful landscape are amazing, a really incredible shot Michal. :)
- arfer (0)
- [2007-04-20 23:17]
A wonderful POV on this shot.The image is razor sharp.Excellent colour saturation.Well done.TFS
- jmp (8415)
- [2007-04-21 2:20]
Beautiful mountain! I like pov and composition a lot.
TFS, José M.
- marioana (1481)
- [2007-04-21 3:37]
Great colour and composition. A really nice, yet dramatic landscape image of an unusual location. Well found, well done.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2007-04-21 4:02]
me agrada esta vista,
la montaña ofrece unos detalles espectaculares...
- horia (16656)
- [2007-04-21 5:04]
A very interesting and beautiful post!
I must say that i pretty much missed your Melnik shots, but simply becasue i only joined TN later :) I took a look at them and they all are superb! It does indeed sound like a place worth visiting.
The town, too, sounds great and apparently has some very fascinating landmarks. It will become a tourist attraction for sure soon :)
This is a superb landscape shot with a very impressive 3D look! All those realief forms are fantastic and the effect created here by the shadows and lighted is outstanding!
The exposure is also spot-on and due to that all the natural colors are lovely and very well saturated.
A charming compositon!
Bravo and TFS
PS: you also mentioned that it's an ideal place for reptiles...when will we see some shots of those? ;))
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-04-21 9:06]
Your landscapes are all fascinating and these rock formations very interesting and beautiful. I really like the POV and the colours are wonderful. Must be an interesting area for birds too! Excellent composition!
Many thanks and best wishes, Ulla
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-04-21 14:05]
These nature-made pyramids are fascinating to look at, Michal.
You know what? We have exactly the same kind of formations in the region I come from in India. The sub-Himalayan hills and mountains of this region gradually fade into the north Indian plains of Punjab and the transitional low hills are called Shivaliks in the native language. These formations located in the Shivalik hills are spread over a large area and the road to my place (Chamba in Himachal Pradesh) passes through them for about 5 miles.
This is a lovely image of similar land features in Bulgaria.
- Viera (494)
- [2007-04-22 3:14]
very interesting shot, it is important information for us about its name ( in your note). Very nice landscape , superb POV, excellent work.
Have a nice day
- PaulH (13882)
- [2007-04-22 16:54]
a stunning image of a part of the world i have wanted to visit for some time! The lighting is wonderful and the dramatic arete in the foreground looks razor sharp. You are lucky to be able to expore such an amazing place my friend!
Thanks for sharing,
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-04-22 20:25]
I like this image Michal. I like the angular formations and the juxtaposition of them with the sweeping curve in the foreground. Exposure. sharpness and DOF look good. The color looks very natural. Are any of those reptiles, insects and spiders poisonous? I am so "squeamish"... isn't that terrible? It's just that we have dangerous spiders like the brown recluse here and rattlesnakes in so many places that we frequent.
Evelynn : )
- cicindela (9226)
- [2007-04-27 14:05]
Co tu duzo mowic, Melnik to jedno z bardziej odjechanych miejsc jakie w zyciu widzialem! Nic nie moze byc porownane z tymi gorkami, i to wlasnie widac na tej fotce :)
- Hormon_Manyer (10251)
- [2007-10-08 12:03]
Simply fantastic landscape. Everything's right here from colours to sharpness, from compo to DOF. Instead of writing more clichés I rather bookmark this image as one of my faves - this tells everything.
Otherwise, title would fit to the land more without trees or so...
Awesome photo, big congratulations, and of course, tfs. Best regards, László