Red Canyon — Lander, Wyoming (September 2014) Leica M3 + Kodak BW400CN + Voigtländer 12/5.6 ASPH
amazing pictures! you can be proud of your work
Incredible contrasts. The Water and the dry rock, the monochrome, even the struggling plants give input to this harsh terrain. Brilliant
Thank you, kind sir. I just clicked the shutter; nature did all the rest.
Nice. I like the film grain.
Thank you. Now that I’m shooting film again, I’m liking it a whole lot more than digital.
Awesome photo, I love the framing and the way the water draws you in.
Thank you very much for your kind words, sir.
I was particularly taken by the water pool; how did it get there? Was it an example of freeze-thaw erosion? If so, where is the rubble that should be down at the bottom of the little pool? Or is it the result of wind erosion over the millennia?
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My pleasure and the pool could serve equally well for today’s solitude theme
It could — but then that would defeat the purpose of the one-photo-post-per-day exercise. Besides, I enjoy the challenge of coming up with something new each day.
Agree 100% 🙂
Awesome!!! Great in B&W!
Thank you! 🙂
This image reminds me of being a little kid… we used to play on rocks like these all the time. Beautiful shot.
Thanks. I used to explore stuff like this all the time when I was young. Truth be told, I enjoy doing it even now — though my wife was concerned when she couldn’t see me for a while.
Powerful image that captures the strength of nature to conquer such harsh environments. Beautiful!
Thank you very much!
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