|Copyright: Angel Iordanov (arhangel) (40)|
|Date Taken: 2007-11-09|
|Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ30|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-11-13 1:17|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The sands pyramides near the town of Melnik|
They are located in the southwest region of the mountain range Pirin.
The pyramids on the highland measure up to 100 М.
The pyramids are in procedure of construction and their foreign sort and the form change. They are on a natural showplace in 1960 declared
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- [2007-11-13 1:36]
beautiful warm light, the circular polariser has given you some lovely saturated colour here. Your POV is very nice too, with alot of depth and the pale blue of the sky in the background adds some nice contrasting colour. This looks like an amazing place, thanks for sharing.
I'm seeing some surprisingly beautiful photo's of Bulgary here on TN!!! What an interesting landscape! Funny how pointy and sharp these rocks look. How high is this?
Lovely light and nice composityion with that second mountain range in the background.
- [2007-11-13 4:25]
You have captured a wondeful atmosphere in golden light. I like sunset pictures which don't show the sun, but use its light for a delicate lighting. ou have managed this very well.
Very lovely landscape. Beautiful colours and light. Great point of view and composition. Good sharpness also. Very well done.
Very nice image of these pyramides at low sun. I always like pictures taken at this time of the day - the colours are so warm then. And it also concerns your picture.
Nice composition with the mountains in the background.
Thanks for sharing