I love this place Jeff. It has many moods and is a unique and pristine environment.
Greetings from Sydney (or Fraser Island).
I saw your gallery, you have some very good pictures, so unless you put a star your gallery. Greetings, Juan.
Beautiful contrast. Compliments.
Thank you Juan for Yellow Star; and so now I look forward to regular contact with you.
Dear Szymon K.
I appreciate your compliment and visit. I look forward to more sharing between us.
Stunning, exraordinary colours and textures, pure art.
Thankyou Andrew. I have enjoyed your folio, and added your collection to my favourites. I see you like to express your self artistically through the lens too. I look forward to more interaction with you.
Regards from Sydney.
Yellow and blue are very beautiful together! Congratulations :) Greetings from Turkey,Filiz...
Thanks Filiz and Terrablau.
I noticed in your folio, Filiz that you love colour and enjoy photographing people. This image of mine has the colour, but it is devoid of people! It is part of one of our protected coastal wilderness areas that is stunningly beautiful, but even though there are limited numbers of people, a few of them still know how to spoil something like this. But this day it had rained earlier, hence the moist crust on the top, and fewer people were about. Then when it cleared and the sun shone strongly, the colours were brilliant.
And thanks Terrablau. I look forward to seeing more of your photos, as your folio grows. I appreciated your images of Manhattan, too.
Fantastic colours, fantastic phenomenon.
I am very pleased that you found this in the earlier pages of my album. Thank you for your response.
Fraser Island is a marvellous place, and the environment quite pristine in many places, and yet in others, it is so open that one can watch the processes directly, like here.
It seems to me that as I watch the dunes, I am seeing a functioning organ in a body, that has been opened so that I can see inside. It is special to be watching the dunes changing in several directions all in the one place at the one time: the deflation, the collapsing, the sliding, the forward progression, the skipping sand, the wetting and drying, the erosion and depositing.
There's sand beneath my feet, and sand on my trousers, there is sand in my hair, and .. a grain of sand in my eye!
Nice one. Great colours.
Thanks very much, Ken. The light of the Wicklows is so vastly different from the glare on a Queensland beach in summer.
Wow, a very bright yellow!
I am delighted, Luka, that you are enjoying your gallery visit to Australia. Fraser Island is a remarkable place, in the order of Dolomites, but entirely different.
Compliments for this beuatiful picture and for all your gallery;
the colors are splendid and I like the explanation of this phenomenon.
Greeting from Italy, Farangas
Thank you Farangas, your appreciation is special. May I also admit how much I loved touring Italy, for I enjoyed the clours of the landscapes and was fascinated by the architecture...but thta was in my pre-digital camera days.
Very beautfiul colours, a very interesting place
This is a remarkable environment, and much of it is almost pristine. It is fragile, unique, special and beautiful.
Thanks FlinstoneRO for your appreciation.
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Photo taken in Fraser Island QLD 4581, Australia
Great Sandy National Park
Misplaced? Suggest new location