Late in the afternoon at the Red Sanddune of Mui Ne, a woman stopped walking and turned around for my photograph. Her long shadow looked impressive in the frame.
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samson (1918) 2011-07-03 1:36
Yes, I like the long shadow. The shadows created by the sand ripples also come out nicely
Ilducabianco (940) 2011-07-03 1:48
in many your photos you make use of two elements:desert and the long shadows of subjects in it portrayed.Well, the effect you got is wonderful.In this oblique composition, lights and shadows blend very well.The sand's crumple on the dunes, moreover well made, creates the impression of blowing wind.A poetic image, but that, in the same breath, represents a cross-section of life undoubtedly not simple.
froggy45 (380) 2011-07-03 3:28
Lovely warm colours and a nice balanced composition with the shadows of the dunes and the long shadow of the woman in the middle. The footsteps look funny - because she turned back to the direction where she came from it looks as if she is actually erasing her footsteps while walking, leaving behind nothing but the fine ripples in the dune. Congrats.
timecapturer (49288) 2011-07-03 4:07
this is such a clever and evocative composition. Beautifully observed and perfectly executed. The light and details are outstanding and the shadows give such an atmosphere to the image. Superb work!
Have a nice Sunday - Brian
Suppiluliuma (3929) 2011-07-03 6:35
"Following its own track..."
Nice one, with a soft light, and beautiful details of the sand.
prasun984 (5590) 2011-07-03 10:45
nice candid shot U have taken in the desert...like his shadow on the desert...
good exposoure controlled & excellent light management and colour tones,good sharpness,very nice POV...good shot...
ghost_man (1006) 2011-07-03 14:07
Excellent photo. Tebrikler.
anupam06 (769) 2011-08-04 21:57
Now this is a beautiful post. Love everything about it. The light, her shadow, footprints on the sand, the framing...everything is just perfect.
TFS & warm regards,