You go to Uluru (Ayer's Rock) to see the hill red shades changing as the sun rises, and there is an instant when reds are so bright I haven't seen the like of it anywhere else.
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gardenwife (103) 2004-08-24 5:01
I've never seen the likes, either! I like the panoramic framing of this shot. A border would be good around it, maybe a simple black one.
avis2avis (4264) 2004-08-24 5:01
Looks like a bit of Mars fell on Earth. This is really amazing and must be spectacular in real. Thanks for sharing this Enric!
Rhiannon (1728) 2004-08-24 5:12
Wow! I have never seen anything like it either!
Beautiful landscpae, I like you composition and cropping.
Well seen and captured.
sohrab (7439) 2004-08-24 14:01
ok .......... this doesnt look real at all.....
wow the red is really so bright . i really dont know what to say about this one except that its amazing
is this the true colour or did you post process it?
jemaflor (100129) 2004-08-24 14:23
On ne se lasse pas d'admirer ce célèbre panorama. Félicitations pour avoir si bien saisi cet instant? Les couleurs sont vraiment superbes même si l'on peut imaginer qu'elles sont artificiellement accentuées !
flydragon (0) 2004-08-25 3:00
verry nice picture and good composition
this orange is beautifull
a bit late but welcome TE ,o)
caliane (610) 2005-02-27 15:26
it seems so unreal!! that very beautiful!
kolesn (591) 2005-03-18 8:37
A hangar for dirigible :) I've seen such a colour!
Enric, may I invite you to join us on 19 March (coming Saturday!) taking photos simultaneosly in different countries? Your contribution will be very valuable for us!
please check my intro for the details.
olirey (193) 2006-05-13 21:02
Because Ayer's Rock is known for its perfectly deep red color, I believe that you didn't touch the colors of your picture. Otherwise, I would have said that reds like that are unrealistic. So thank you for showing us nature expressing itself with fantasy !