This is a photo of Beaverhead Rock in southwestern Montana. It's the famous landmark that Sacagawea (different spellings) recognized while guiding Lewis & Clark to her Shoshone homeland. It was taken late in the afternoon, so I thought the shadows on the front of face kind of added to the details. My friend had trouble seeing this, but it resembles a beaver's head sticking out above the water. The front of the head is in the shadow area.
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JudyH (700) 2004-02-14 16:10
Nice photo of a nice place, but I would have appreciated a sharper image. You should try some post processing in Adobephotoshop or Neatimage. I like te reflection of sky in the water. You could probably crop a bit off the right and bottom to create a better composition.
yannick (1471) 2006-01-08 12:36
This landscape is intersting, and I felt inspired by it. I made a workshop to improve the picture a little bit, quite what Judy had proposed.
AKITA (15125) 2010-07-19 14:10
a beautiful shot of amazing natural sculpture,
it is surely like beaver-head, and also like hippopotamus-head to my eyes,
it is very humorous scene in the nature of Montana,
a little blurred image but it is nice to imagine real existence,
thank you for your wonderful shot,