Crack In The Ground

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Comments (13)

Mariko Ryer on December 27, 2007

Thats cool

Francesco Favalesi on March 27, 2008

Very good work

Rik Smoody on July 1, 2008

Your photo clearly shows a puzzling effect: the right (SW) wall looks as if it has been carved by erosion, but the other side appears to be little changed since the crack opened. We have not figured this out. Suggestions here and/or to science@smoo.com

cbaisan on July 18, 2008

Nice photo Ron. This is an interesting region - lava flows and volcanic cones, ancient lake beds and 10,000 years of human history. The steam-explosion ring at Arrow Gap is covered with ancient junipers - very picturesque. Regards, CB

Ron Cooper on July 19, 2008

CB, It is a very interesting region, but is so remote that it;s not well known. If it was closer to populated areas, it wold be a major tourist attraction. I'm not familiar with arrow gap. Is it in Oregon?

cbaisan on July 19, 2008

Yes, not far from your photo, west side of Christmas Valley along 514. The geologic feature is the same as the one at Fort Rock. Table rock is nearby. I think the remoteness is part of the attraction.

You have posted some great photos. Greetings from Arizona, Chris

Ron Cooper on August 30, 2008

Hi Gordon, that's all part of the fun of photography. It's like a great big, creative treasure hunt, and I really love it. Ron

josep.cat on October 6, 2008

Ron, Nice shot. Greetings from Catalonia. Josep Àngel

Ron Cooper on October 7, 2008

Josep, Thank you for taking a look at my photos. I enjoyed looking at your photographs of a very beautiful country. I was in Barcelona two years ago and enjoyed it very much. Ron

Mariusz Banaszczyk on May 22, 2009

Super !

omar macias on September 22, 2009

muy buen ojo felicidades

Juski on May 29, 2011

NICE

ELMUNT on February 4, 2012

Really Great shot!-Beautiful photo!


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Photo details

  • Uploaded on December 17, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Ron Cooper
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D2X
    • Taken on 2007/10/02 13:33:46
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 12.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/7.100
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: -3.00 EV
    • No flash

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