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Copyright: steven warnstaff (wahclella) Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 45 W: 7 N: 224] (1119)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-09
Categories: Savannah
Camera: samsung GX, tokina 28-70mm 2.8
Exposure: f/22
Details: Tripod: Yes
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-12-01 6:32
Viewed: 2951
Points: 12
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Once a lakeshore in the Miocene, now a desert with fossilized artifacts laying everywhere at your feet. The John Day Fossil Bed's Painted Hills Unit near Mitchell, Oregon just off of Hwy. 26 in Central Oregon.

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Hello Steven,
colors,POV,warm lighting, sharpness and composition are wonderful.The red is great.

dear steven, nice photo. i love the warm color.

Hi Steven!

You present us a delightful picture! First, the colours are superb and create a warm and peaceful atmosphere. Second, the shapes are surprising and amazing. One could believe that this was taken on another planet. It's simply beautiful, and you have put it very well on stage.

Kind regards


Hi Steven!

Colors are indeed very special. Just like Markus said: like another planet or something, I just thought exactly the same before reading what he wrote!
Pin sharp image from near to far, and perfectly composed. TFS!

Best regards,

I have a friend who lives near Prineville...and I could have had land in the SE part of this state and maybe even here...but one has to REALLY enjoy solitude...I know what it is like there..a longing....Not sure...I like my wilderness but my wilderness is only 2 hours from a big city...and this..I know where this is...Nice colours...I haven't seen this kind of colours there..perhaps that feller with all the Mercedes in Antelope knew about them...he is long gone in more than one way now...what do they do with that place of his in Antelope?!

Hallo Steven
This is like a picture. The assortment of colours captured is beautiful and are portrayed so magnificently. There are such a lot of wonderful elements of nature in this one image; one just cannot stop looking at it. This is a fine piece of artwork through your lens. The different colours of the sky, the different colours of the grass and the different colours of the hills is amazing. Thanks for sharing this fine part of nature via your photographic talent.
Best regards.

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