I know most people doesn't like this kind of photo, but this one is for those who love nature and geology.
Under the layer of the stones I show in the previous post there was this other, showing an ancient layer of mud, we can even see the isolated rocks put inside the mud.
Sei que a maioria das pessoas não gosta desse tipo de foto, mas estou postando esta para aqueles que apreciam a natureza e a geologia.
Debaixo da camada de rochas que mostrei na postagem anterior há esta camada de lama fossilizada, conseguem ver as pedras isoladas enfiadas nela ?
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ktanska (24396) 2014-03-04 10:37
This is indeed mind-boggling. How can soft substance like clay keep it's for so long that it eventually turns to stone. And those cracks really reveal that it is solid. Special forms and good low coming light that shows shapes well.
photographer_sg (3361) 2014-03-04 11:18
another beautiful composition that i liked not only as an informative illustration but also for its being a lovely photograph with fine colours, textures and great framing. Thanks for sharing these amazing pictures. Have a nice evening.
corjan3 (2089) 2014-03-04 11:59
It will be sad if it is true that most people do not like this kind of photograph because I love geology. Question is: How is it hydraulically possible for very fine mud particles to be deposited with an unsorted assembly of large pebbles, cobbles and even boulders? The only explanation for this example that I can think of is that it is a glacial deposit with the very fine particles rained out from floating ice in a lake or the ocean and with large dropstones also released from it and falling into the mud. Does anyone have a better explanation?
Excellent observation and best wishes.
mesutilgim (81300) 2014-03-04 12:13
Like or dislike, no matter. This is a perfect platform to learn the World through photography. This capture (with your notes) is just a perfect entry with good layout and sharpness.
One should think, when viewing it, how many million years ago, this formations was been created !
Thanks for sharing and warm regards from İstanbul
emilbo (22262) 2014-03-04 13:20
On pourrait dire presque un paysage lunaire bien capturé dans un bel éclairage. l'ombre et la lumière donnent un bel effet sur cette scène rocheuse. J'aime la nature et les photos différentes comme celle-ci.
Toutes mes amitiés et bonne soirée,
COSTANTINO (52766) 2014-03-04 13:44
impressive capture perfectly eecuted
it looks like the earth of another
planet may be Mars but it is the
earth and according to your useful notes
we can see the isolated rocks inside the mud
have a nice new day
danos (84275) 2014-03-04 23:42
nice the tight frame as we can see the massive stones with the falling light on them to creates a more beautiful and effective scene.I like the light and the colour management as the clarity of the image.
omid266 (3637) 2014-03-08 19:57
** Ola Jorge ,
well done friend , This is a nice document specially
who like Nature and Golology and Geography,
This is a wonderful form of stones and levels that I
saw in my life time,
very new and interesting,
well done and Thanks for sharing,
mcmtanyel (11547) 2014-03-12 17:10
This is amazing stuff. Converted to B&W, you can convince people it was taken on the surface of the moon. Excellent!
Didi (55441) 2014-03-15 7:47
No it's a very interesting subject of course
Nice game between shades and lights
It's possible to frame to give more perspective betwwen the foreground and background