This precariously balanced boulder is called Krishna's butterball, and contently sits on this relatively steep hill.
Taken early in the morning, before the hordes of Indian tourists descended in.
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rgarrigus (0) 2007-06-24 3:06
Good job getting there ahead of the crowds and in the right light. This is a wonderfully geometric and simple subject and the plain blue sky works for me in this context. The red rock really pops against the blue. As I look at this I wonder if it might have been possible to move to the left and use the pathway as a lead-in line and to isolate the boulder against the sky excluding the trees on the left. Well done and TFS!
japiey (10163) 2007-06-24 3:23
A well balanced colourfull image, David.
The vertical framing, using the colourfull nature and "Krishna's butterball" is a fantastic image concept.
Love to see more of this place.
Have a great day.
gabrielpat (7163) 2007-06-24 4:01
a nice and strange stone!king zize!very pleasant colors and compo.tfs.
Bruno40 (6658) 2007-06-24 4:07
Interesting picture and wonderful colours.
happypoppeye (4817) 2007-06-24 4:21
The good ol' Butterball. First a stone, than a turkey, now a wrestler...but things like this always go in circles. So today the stone is back...
Great shot David. It's almost a "rule of thirds" photo in that the sky, stone and grass provide the thirds. The Butterball is a great focal point and with the thirds really creates a dynamic photo. Good color and composition.
Wanda1 (15000) 2007-06-24 23:45
A great shot, and the vertical format has worked well here for your composition. The goats give a good sense of scale to depict just how huge the rock is. A simple yet very effective image.