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February Fifth

February Fifth


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Guest 09-May-2006 17:54
Very impressive caught my eye straight away
CJ Burianek08-Feb-2006 01:02
Excellent shot - love the comp with the two rows of rock walls and the rolling hills in the distance.
Argishti Khachik07-Feb-2006 21:52
Excellent!
Di07-Feb-2006 15:06
How did I miss this one? It's simply fantastic!!! ~V~
James Church07-Feb-2006 03:05
That's a very unusual landscape picture; very srreal. GMV.
antidote306-Feb-2006 07:11
a very dark day? :)
Sainath06-Feb-2006 06:40
Not to sure about the rocks in the forground either, but outside of that, a beautiful composition and perfect in b&w. Beautifully done.
henrywong06-Feb-2006 06:31
superb !
Donna Lear06-Feb-2006 04:59
Another wonderful landscape - I really like the layers that draw the eye from foreground to background. V.
1105191206-Feb-2006 04:34
wow!
but unusual foreground
Karen Leaf06-Feb-2006 03:34
I love this! Your best yet, I think. gmv
laine8206-Feb-2006 01:17
That looks a lot like an aussie gum tree to me Gary...you didn't sneak over for a visit did you ;>) Beautiful bg too.
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography06-Feb-2006 00:19
Good shot :)
Guest 05-Feb-2006 23:33
Beautiful - stark, but somehow very meaningful image!
Sheila05-Feb-2006 23:24
I get the oddest sense of unreality about this, as if the rocks shouldn't be there.
David Clunas05-Feb-2006 22:52
Like the foreground and background layers to the main shot, almost looks like the tree should not be there . .
Katie Chew05-Feb-2006 22:51
Nice shot
chrisse05-Feb-2006 22:07
Very moody, and perfect B/W-shot.
Rene Hales05-Feb-2006 21:52
Lovely composition and great in B&W--adds to the wonderful mood.--Rene
Antonis Sarantos05-Feb-2006 21:45
Very tranquil, nicely done in b&w!
markvm05-Feb-2006 21:25
Nice shot, Gary!
JW05-Feb-2006 21:10
Interesting eerie landscape! If a dinosaur came into view, I wouldn't be surprised. LOL
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