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Just a guy who likes taking snaps. My grateful thanks to all my visitors here. It is a pleasure to share my thoughts and adventures via my lens with you. Remember, it is not always 'what' you see but 'how' you see it that counts! Co-owner of the FOG group (See more on 'Herb Riddle 2' : http://www.panoramio.com/user/7486227 ) My Flickr Account: https://www.flickr.com/photos/42716516@N08/ My 500px account: https://500px.com/herbriddle My Ipernity account: http://www.ipernity.com/home/1081863

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Hi Herb. Vegas is but a hop skip and a quick 2 hour flight from where we are. We managed to get away for a quick 4 day jaunt. 4 days in Vegas is like 2 weeks anywhere else, it tends to be somewhat intense. Glad you liked this shot of the Valley of Fire. Big Apple next on the travel itinerary. GHK

Really nice picture!
Best wishes, Paolo

Thank you Herb!



Talk about a moody shot! This is a splendid one! 10/29 A fine black & white composition!



Νίκος Γεωργακόπουλος
Moltes gràcies per la seva visita i amables comentaris, me n'alegro que li agradi. Una cordial salutació des de Catalunya.

**Thanks a lot Herb!! I appreciate your kind words!

Last 4 years i learned a lot in photography just by watching thousands of photos in Pano & other photo sites for inspiration, also by commenting them and exchange photo tips with other users. And i like experimenting and take the time for a good composition if necessary!



Splendid image , great view !
Greetings , Mircea R.

lovely golden glow over the village!!! gr. roeli - like

Yes, Steve, this sure looks like the coast of Cyprus too. No real tides in Cyprus but there were plenty of big waves after storms out-to-sea. L

Cheers, Herb

Steve thanks for the link and extra comment.

Ivan, thanks for your visit to this and also the comment. I know that you are a Geologist and therefore your technical description of this rock is based on expertise for which I thank you. There were a lot of rock formation like this in this area. This rock may appear bigger than it was because of my 10mm lens, in fact the rock was about 2-3m long and 0.5 high. The whole little area was like a crater around 75m in diameter with these sharp rocks almost a perfect circle edging the crater. On one side was the rough sea and the rock wall let in the sea periodically to flood part of the crater, the floor being hard rock and gritty sand. As Steve above surmised, I guess it is all 'sandstone' but your description of 'calcarenites' fits well. Many thanks Ivan.

Best wishes, Herb


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