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Cesar Fernandez | all galleries >> NAMIBIA > Sand Dune - Namib Desert
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Sand Dune - Namib Desert

Sand Dune - Namib Desert

These are the tallest and largest sand dunes in the world. They obtain their characteristic red color due to their high concentration of ferrous compounds (Iron) in the sand. These, different than many other desert sand dunes, would not move or tend to migrate by the effect of the wind, and they remain stationary. The wind does contribute to the beautiful curves and shapes of the dunes as you can see in this picture.


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KoolKat 06-Nov-2007 02:33
How high is the Namib Desert sand dune?
Yves Rubin16-Jun-2007 15:07
Amazing light and composition! Every time I see this dune, I am struck by its beauty. Must have been incredible to see it in front of you.
Hans-Peter Henriksen starman28-May-2007 06:49
This is indead a fantstic shot. V.
Herve Blandin22-May-2007 17:46
Voted, speechlessly...
Thierry Lucas23-Nov-2006 16:51
Very very nice.
Voted
wordman02-Oct-2006 04:48
Ab-so-lutely brilliant work. Voted!
Ricardo Piantini Hazoury 08-Mar-2006 14:25
I love most of your work but this one is simple breathtaking. I am a photograper from Dominica Republic and friends with your sister. La luz y sombra, la perspectiva, la dimension, el encuadre y la composicion son simplemente perfectas.
Derek Daniel07-Mar-2006 07:29
Awesome!
Luc VN06-Dec-2005 14:20
Very nice light & good composition.
Mark Creery01-Dec-2005 08:41
Wow!!!
Guest 30-Nov-2005 04:52
Beyond words.
suriya nuntasukhon27-Nov-2005 11:13
wonderful picture---nice shot
Nick Vivian26-Nov-2005 22:58
This is an Awesome shot Cesar... The trees really put it into perspective
Alain Besnard26-Nov-2005 15:33
Very good shot!
Guest 26-Nov-2005 12:56
great shot!
Steve Goldthorp26-Nov-2005 11:41
Stunning gallery but this image is my favorite! Just bowled me over with one mouse click!
What is the distance between the foreground and the 'dune' er mountain....?
Deserves to be in any art gallery! :-)
Regards, Steve
Niall O'Shea26-Nov-2005 09:31
Woah...looks like a Dali abstract. Extraordinary and perfectly composed.
Richard Calmes19-Nov-2005 12:13
This is a great shot!. The scale of the sand vs the trees, the curvs, composition and color are superb!
G.Pietro Munaretto19-Nov-2005 10:52
bellissima foto
Poras Chaudhary31-Oct-2005 02:17
Wow..... wonderful shot
The best thing I like about the shot are those couple of trees
which are making the picture so amazing......
Great composition.........
EB27-Oct-2005 00:44
That is wonderful!!!
Chantal
Guest 26-Oct-2005 21:19
amazing image~!!
Guest 24-Oct-2005 21:05
Whoow, nature can be so beautiful and pure art, thanks for having seen this and to compose it so well and present this as a jewel ! A big vote !
Guest 24-Oct-2005 13:52
woo!Beautifu!!
Ken Zaret20-Oct-2005 00:08
this is a gorgeous shot.
Sabine Stetson10-Oct-2005 21:00
fantastic shot!! voted
maribel balius07-Oct-2005 20:48
Me encanta la composición de esta foto... esas curvas marcadas y ese contraste de colores le dan a la foto un dinamismo fantástico que además se complementa muy bien con la parte baja y el árbol que nos da dimensión del tamaño... muy bonita Cesar :)
Guest 05-Oct-2005 07:14
Beautiful image. Love the colours and the sharp curves of the dune.
Rosmini
Marcos García04-Oct-2005 21:06
Fantástica composición vertical con los árboles como referencia (parecen simples matorrales al pie de la inmensa duna) INCREÍBLE!!!
Zane Paxton02-Oct-2005 09:55
Awesome image!
Chris 30-Sep-2005 05:53
Breathtaking!
Ana Carloto O'Shea27-Sep-2005 10:07
This one is unbelivable... The way you've turned a landscape shot into an almost abstract modern art piece is just fantastic. Great creation.
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