Watching the sun sets as we ride down the hills of Jordan Valley while overlooking the Dead Sea. The land on the opposite side is Israel. At 423 metres below sea level it is the lowest dry point on Earth and is 8.6 times saltier than the sea. Because of its salinity no animals can flourish there. Swimming is almost impossible. People would simply float due to its density.
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GiovanniG (1619) 2012-02-23 5:26
This is an outstanding photograph! The depth of field is great and it has good perspective. It has beautiful back lite photo with great color and good clarity. The point of view you selected is superb, well done.
Gixer (93) 2012-02-23 7:42
Lovely lovely colours and no overexposure where the sun is. As a fanatical photographer of sunrises and sunsets, what's your secret as I frequently suffer overexposure problems. I think a lot of it is to do with capturing the su just as it is near the horizon and before the light gets too harsh? The tower on the right balances out the image very well :D
SuprasannaC (98) 2012-02-23 8:38
Sunset photograph always fascinate me and you produce lovely color of sky here.
Noel_Byrne (7450) 2012-03-01 9:20
I agree with the above, the colours in this are amazing and the depth is fantastic. I really love that active sky as well. Especially love the rays of light. TFS!