Due to the strong winds, the dunes in Claromeco are alive, they move. And sometimes some treasures can be found : petrified dinosaur bones, or indian arrow points. It is fantastic to get lost in these hundreds of kilometers of sand, searching for testimonies of previous inhabitants of the dunes.
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MJR (3360) 2011-09-10 5:09
Another lovely view of your locale - thanks for sharing. We see lots of the dramatic southern mountains here on TE, but these dunes are new to me.
I saw a comment recently about saturation and recolouring your views, which I understand.
Tell me what you think of my WS.
I have moved the midtones to the right slightly, to add a little strength, without unduly adding colour, and moreover have sharpened it a little to give more certainty to the details.
A frame is a matter of taste, but to me it sets a picture off, and strengthens the composition. Buts its a personal choice.
It looks better to me, but you are the only judge that matters !
dale54 (8062) 2011-09-10 5:12
adelaida hi-wow,love it!simply beautifull!very good shot,great work.have a great weekend!