He is fascinating!
Words fail me!
Than a maquette!
Laci, thank you again for your kind words :) I like this one very much too.
I think this pictures served to it's purpose at least for you, to show that the whole world itself maquette even though our daily perception is not that way. Again, not a bad pair considering the flight altitude and that it was from passenger plane.
Best wishes, Volkan
Not only the altitude, and the fortune, but one of the world's most beautiful landscapes!
Conrgatulations once more!
OH MY GOD!!! This is so beautiful! What an altitude!
This landscape is just unbelievable! Sometimes it's just nice to see on what a lovely planet we all live.
Laci, Sonny and E.M.R, thank you much again :) It was great pleasure to me to see this terrains and being able to do the 3D. Here is of my most favorite one from this flight. Cheers, Volkan
It's a masterpiece! what's the high of those canyons aoround the river?
Vasco, I am glad you like this. From GE I see that river altitude is 1183m and the plateau is about 1427m. So the answer to your question is ~150 meters. However the Grand Canyon reaches 2000m at the deepest area. Take care, Volkan
Individually aerial photographs typically lack depth of field, but when you combine these 2 the canyon pops off the monitor in ways 1 simple photo could never do. Simply amazing! I can hardly wait to try some more of these myself.
Thank you again Raligard, I like this aerial one also very much. Hope you enjoy it as well. Best wishes, Volkan
Peaks at the peak of the picture!
Excellent! Excellent! Excellent! Excellent! Excellent!
♚♚♚ Like ☜ ☟ !
Hi Tivadar, thank you much. I hope you're pasting and viewing this with SPM to get the best out of it :) Take care, Volkan
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Photo taken in Unnamed Road, Canyonlands National Park, Monticello, UT 84535, USA
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