|Copyright: Marta Wieszczycka (MartaW) (34)|
|Date Taken: 2005-07|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-06-11 12:56|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is the Burren at close range, in particular the Burren's ground - great geological phenomenon.|
The Burren is situated in north-west County Clare.
The name comes from the Gaelic "Bhoireann" - it means "a rocky place" and as you can see,
this is a really rocky place.
The Burren is a gently sloping carboniferous limestone landscape which has suffered intense glaciation,
the last occurred as recently as about 10,000 years ago.
Burren is not a mountain, but there is no other appropriate category (like rocks or geological phonomenon).
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- [2006-06-11 13:10]
C'est surtout l'aspect graphique des pierres que je trouve intéressant.
- [2006-06-11 17:30]
I must say that i love such compositions, a bit mysterious :)
wonderful POV, colors, I dont know what else to say, i love this photo
Nice simple yet effective shot!