Posted by feralc4t
Posted on December 9, 2016, in foto, fotographia, HDR, Landscape, Photo, Photography and tagged foto, fotographia, landscape, Photo, Photography. Bookmark the permalink. 26 Comments.
Looks like a rising wave of land.
I think that effectively it was, glad i was not around while it was doing it 🙂
It would be a terrifying time, to live though molten land shifting with earthquakes. We are such small being compared with earth tides.
Yep, powerless. Puts things into perspective though
Do you water it like plant to grow?…. 😀
what a nice place! Far from the sea?
The sea is only a stones throw away
Ohh ok! 😀
Not a really big stone, one about the size of a chicken egg
That’s big yeah…. 🙄
Well, you can throw smaller ones further
I am useless in throwing stones!
I like skipping them on ponds and lakes, like the little flat round ones.
I’ve never done that, mind you it’s not that I don’t have water but it’s just puddles 🙄 😀
Lakes are ideal, or slow flowing rivers. A pleasant way to pass time
I know but haven’t been in such places for quite a while I admit
You are lakeless? That is so sad 😦
It’s a bit far from where I’m leaving yes. Stream, rivers but no lake
Big slow rivers are okay..
Le Rhone, which is beautiful in Lyon and in Vienne and la Meuse in Liege and Maastricht 😉
Long way to go to skip a stone or two 😀
So I can never practise!
It is a very satisfying thing to do, and cheap entertainment 😀
Rather like Old Man In The Mountain, NH! Sort of?
Perfect composition, very nice
Thanks, I look at this and all I can think of is the power that it took to change the land like that!
yes, that makes sense
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