Voici la grandeur of creation! Aeolian Pavement, Cape Solander

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© SisAnnick on February 1, 2008

So graphic, so simple, all what I like ; Congratulations, Ian

Ian Stehbens on February 1, 2008

Thank you dear Annick, and I am glad it gives you joy.

Ian

juan jose romero on February 2, 2008

It could be anything we'd like it to be, but it IS what you know it is.....voici la grandeur of creation!:))

Ian Stehbens on February 2, 2008

I'd like to paint something like this with thick congealing paint and plenty of grit and use bare hands to apply it all, leaving behind impresses even foot prints.

I am happy to remove the title, and would love you to give it a name that isn't so technical or geographic. Please Juan Jose - your title please.

PS: Annick, it can have two titles. You like playing with words, ideas and being creative. May I have a title for this piece of art?

Ian

juan jose romero on February 2, 2008

Oh, no no!! I'm aawfully bad at giving titles to my works! haha, let's not say others!:) On the other hand, descriptive titles fit this place: in my opinion the closer to what we see, the better: a clue to improve our knowledge

© Cafate on February 3, 2008

Very nice shot, Greetings from Mallorca

Ian Stehbens on February 4, 2008

Thank you C@F@T€.

Your recognition is appreciated. It is special to receive greetings from Mallorca and to send greetings to you.

Ian

nuh sarche on February 7, 2008

wonderful! I like it very much...

greetings from ⓜⓞⓝⓘⓚⓐ ♥ or ⓜⓞⓝⓘⓚⓐ ♣

Ian Stehbens on February 7, 2008

Hello Monika,

Thanks for your greetings and appreciation.

Kind regards,

Ian

antorenz on May 20, 2008

Hello Ian, Voici la grandeur of creation is a great shot! Greetings from Italy

Ian Stehbens on May 20, 2008

Thank you Antorenz. It is lovely to hear from Italy, and to know that this image appeals to you.

I so much enjoy Panoramio networking for just think about how this little piece of Australia has been appreciated by people in Germany, Mallorca, Spain, France and now Italy!

Ian

antorenz on May 20, 2008

Hello Ian! The charm of Panoramio is that I can talk to you who are so far ans share the places of our own memory!!!

Ian Stehbens on May 20, 2008

I look forward to many more conversations with you, Antorenz. By the way where in Italy is your home?

Ian

antorenz on May 20, 2008

Southern Italy. And where is yours?

Ian Stehbens on May 22, 2008

Dear antorenz,

I currently live in Sydney, though my earlier life was in south east Queensland. These two areas dominate my folio of images.

Southern Italy has a very colourful and varied landscape which I find very appealing. I look forward to more conversations with you.

Kind regards,

Ian

crina.stanciu on June 28, 2011

Another creative picture who make your mind fly :)...that yellow is very special!

Ian Stehbens on June 29, 2011

Dear crina stanciu,

As I view this, the landscape takes on a variety of scales for me: from a macro view to and aerial view, though the truth is it falls somewhere in between. The vast folded landscapes of central Australia are very similar though, there, the colours are ferric red rather then yellow.

I like the artistic elements of your album too.

Warm regards from Sydney.

Ian

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Photo taken in Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Kurnell NSW 2231, Australia

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