Place in the Gobi desert where back in the 1920s American explorer, adventurer, naturalist and eventually the director of the American Museum of Natural History, Roy Chapman Andrews found quite a few (understatment!) dinosaur bones – majority of which were not known before - as well as the very first nest of dinosaur eggs.
White dots in the background are gers or yurts in which we slept…
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Kamilutka (8083) 2014-03-15 8:20
I am glad you explained what the white dots are because despite the dinosaurs theme they really drew my attention. Great place to visit and take photo of. Good POV with nice vertical format enhancing the composition. I like the proportions you have given to the image and narrow stripe of the sky framing the desert at the top.
Thanks for sharing
lousat (71321) 2014-03-15 9:50
Hi Maja,great view on this desertic valley! I like your choice of point of view to show us a long perspective,very bright colors and perfect details everywhere! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano