I like this! You have such a good eye for curves and lines.. and the talent to get it pictured well.
Warm greets, Fried
Thank you Fried. Being able to drive to high altitudes and explore this wonderful mountain wilderness (with both its grandeur and the delicacy of its miniature rock gardens and microplants) had filled me with excitement. I was so appreciative of every thing that I saw that it really wasn't possible to take a poor photo.
Great composition Ian, you've been around. Greetings Berend
And it has been privilege - every bit of it, Berend. This lookout was one of my stops on a solitary drive over the Rockies!! I was captivated by every scene, every bend, every creature!
Thanks for the compliment.
Greetings, Ian (in Auckland)
How much guestions in there....
Thanks Fü. I am sure they built the walkway with landscape photographers in mind! What a day of exploring and driving I had!!!
Hi Ian.... a very inviting walkway. Love the texture of the timber in the rail and boards. Sometimes the impact of humans is nice to look at? Good to see you are still travelling and taking great snaps.
Agreed, Greg. Finding an appropriate foreground is very important in landscape photography. I appreciate your response to this. Currently in NZ.
Is it for your work, Ian, that you travel a lot?
Cordially, - Fried
I do have opportunities to live in different countries because of my work, and often the visits are short stays. It is all privilege, and gives some wonderful opportunities for landscape photography. Tonga, NZ, Solomon Islands and Indonesia are quite often visited, but I have been to Europe and US on a few occasions.
Your wandering friend,
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