BeakerSt

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For those that missed it the results of the June Challenge were posted earlier this week and the notable 1st, 2nd and 3rd images can be found through this link right here.  I would recommend checking out all the entries and looking at the review comments if you are interested and have a spare 10 minutes...

I hope that this subject is fairly obvious.  You didn't think I went to Alice Springs to see Alice Springs!

Hope you have a great weekend all and take care in the world wide web till I'm back on Monday.

p.s. thanks for all the comments, much appreciated.

Sparse

For those that missed it the results of the June Challenge were posted earlier this week and the notable 1st, 2nd and 3rd images can be found through this link right here.  I would recommend checking out all the entries and looking at the review comments if you are interested and have a spare 10 minutes...

I hope that this subject is fairly obvious.  You didn't think I went to Alice Springs to see Alice Springs!

Hope you have a great weekend all and take care in the world wide web till I'm back on Monday.

p.s. thanks for all the comments, much appreciated.

comments (11)

A magnificent orange and great composition to compliment it. Mike
BeakerSt: I was worried that it lacked definition and that the tree may be lost against the red rock. Phew!
Amazing colour! (:o)
BeakerSt: Thanks Rosalyn, they are as true as a digital camera will present them!
  • PhotoSam
  • London, U.K.
  • 27 Jul 2007, 13:48
quite a splash of colour youve got going on here...i LIKE it...
What magnificent color and striations on that rock! Effective contrast of the tree in the foreground, as well.
What an amazing colour! The contrast between the orange and the green is striking. I think the tree stands out well because the pale trunk leads your eye up to the foliage where the sun catches the delicate network of branches.

Ingrid
I like this a lot! The light on the tree and the warm background work together perfectly.
I am loving the dynamic range in this shot.
I like, but I would like to have greater resistance between the tree and the bottom. In any case, the colors are very shining!
Stunning photo !
  • Steve
  • 29 Jul 2007, 00:03
Ah yes, a favourite subject of mine. Very vivid. The problem with photos like this is that it's difficult to get a sense of scale. For example, the 'shrubs' to the right of the tree trunk are presumably trees themselves, of a similar height to the main subject. And when you realise that, it starts to dawn on you just how big the 'pebble' is. I@d love to go back there now that I'm digital.
very unique shot of uluru? looks like uluru.

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