That's what the locals do in the evening in Huacachina - they go sandboarding. It is not as easy as it may look like.
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Kenggaroo (849) 2006-12-02 22:11
The tiny sillouhouettes're looking great agaist the warm sky. I love the space you leave in your picture, 'cause there're for more immagination to viewers.
james-r (676) 2006-12-02 22:35
Perfect silhouette and angles in this image - just the right amount of 'empt space' to make this a very dramatic scene. very good!
fotoguy22 (4795) 2006-12-02 23:20
I can't say enough about this photo...it's extremely well done. I'll bet you saw these 2 guys climbing up the hill and you waited until they reached that particular location before you fired the shot. Excellent example of seeing a photo opportunity before it happens and then being patient to wait for just the right moment to pull the trigger. The 45 degree angle of the hill, the use of only 2 colors in the entire photo and the far range of mountains and the clouds overhead mirroring each other ices the cake. I'd give this 5 smilies if I could.
:-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
SamB (1948) 2006-12-03 0:29
Nice work on this one, the composition works well, the heavy sky gives a real sense of moodiness, and the silhouettes are nicely placed against the sky. The soft red tint contributes to the mood as well.
Thanks for this one!
quelquepart (810) 2007-02-08 15:12
Sympa ces silhouettes qui se détachent sur le bord de la dune (ces courageux là n'ont pas pris les "quads"!), le tout bordé par les dunes du fond et les nuages.
Un peu de photoshop pour masquer la dure réalité des sacs plastiques aurait pu être le bienvenu... :-)
- Copyright: Christian Roth (rocketrouge) (509)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-10-29
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon Digital IXUS 50
- Exposure: f/4.9, 1/640 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2006-12-02 20:32
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