Saturday, September 1, 2012

Soft Shadows

13 comments:

Don and Krise said...

Oh yeah, I really like this one.

Davine said...

I really like this one too - not sure why it has appealed to me so much but it has. I think it is the contrast in the hills. Good work.

andreea.florea said...

i like this picture a lot.
where is that beatifull view?

Silvia said...

Very nice! It's a volcano, isn't it? Interesting structure. Why did they build a road heading to the inside? To make it easy for those who want to reach the center of the Earth? LOL

Rain said...

Hi Stephen! Your photography is beautiful! I love this landscape shot, very cool!
:)

Stephen Baird said...

Silva,
No idea how this hill was formed but it is a winding road that has been cut through the rocks. I did not see the normal kind of rocks that are commonly seen around volcanos ... so I am not really sure.
NikonSniper Steve

Stephen Baird said...

andreea.florea,
This is on "Artist Drive" in Death Valley National Park.
NikonSniper Steve

gaelikaa said...

interesting view!

BaysideLife said...

Steven, Georgia O'Keefe would be jealous. You named this photo just right. The colors and the sweep of the rocks look soft as velvet.

Sandy said...

Oh wow, this is spectacular.

kyungmee said...

I love it. I would love to see this in person too:)

Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

Absolutely incredible.

FAT Girl said...

When I click on the photo and it fills the screen, it reminds me of looking through binoculars at sea lions lazing on barren ocean rocks.