Classic Moai

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Comments (8)

William Stephens on December 2, 2008

Thanks Linda glad you liked the Moai! Cheers, William

Gaurav Dhup on December 2, 2008


kSj (Klare&John) on December 13, 2008

Great picture, great composition. Greetings, kSj

William Stephens on December 14, 2008

Hi Klare&John, glad you liked the Moai - they are quite fascinating to see and to think about how and why they were made. Cheers William

Sue Allen on December 16, 2008

Oh wow, yes, it's brilliant composition, you've made them look as though they're scanning the sky looking for the return of the mother ship!

The tip of the head, and the tumbling hill behind, and the way the other one in the distance is doing his own thing and keeping watch in the other direction is wonderful! You've really caputured a spirit to them in the warm tones, William, they don't look like carved blocks of stone, but speak to me through your eyes in a very plaintive way.

Really beautiful again..I would never miss the chance of having a browse through your gallery, you seem to always have a spark of magic in your photos, william!

That tangerine light is really awesome, I was about to leave this photo, but I had to mention that as well and give it a Y*. I want to see this often, very uplifting shot, W!

Warm regards to you,


Sultan Yaqub on May 10, 2011

its like these two walk their way forward... and one left behind looking in another direction... creative composition!

William Stephens on May 10, 2011

Thanks Sultan I'm glad you like the photo. Cheers


randomnumberyo on March 2

Really impressive place!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 29, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by William Stephens
    • Camera: NIKON D300
    • Taken on 2008/11/24 12:32:19
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200