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superman 14 5 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2006 5:55PM
very nice shot
IanFlindt 16 740 21 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2006 5:58PM
This is great, Jan. Very well captured detail throughout. I particularly like the way you've retained detail in the distant, slightly hazy rock face. 5D and 16-35mm : my kit, too! It's a terrific combination, isn't it?
gajj 16 32
13 Nov 2006 6:11PM
Thank you. I think it will be a terrific combination when I figure the complexities out!
RuthyJ 14 England
13 Nov 2006 6:13PM
Great shot, Looks a very interesting place.
kinfatric 16 550 9 Scotland
13 Nov 2006 6:29PM
good detail and composition
tull 17 181 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2006 6:39PM
Wonderful tones and textures Jan with lovely light.

evelen 15 5 England
13 Nov 2006 6:46PM
wonderful shot great colours.
JouŠo 16 56 Finland
13 Nov 2006 6:47PM
amazing shot!
Fantastic view!

MarkT 15 119 2 England
13 Nov 2006 7:07PM
Superb shot and I’m jealous!

EeeZeeLee 14 197 1 England
13 Nov 2006 7:21PM
Great shot of a fantastic place. Maybe a grad filter and a polarizing lens would help get some more detail. As for focusing if you use a tripod and set the apature to f22 and set the focus to nearly infinity you can't go far wrong. Well done, Ian
gajj 16 32
13 Nov 2006 7:44PM
Thank you, Ian! I was using a tripod. I think I did have it set to f22, but maybe just f18 - Will go for the set to inifinity, which I tend to forget to do...I did find out that my polorizer and holder are too small for this lens, too much vignetting - so was trying to make do with metering off the sky...appreciate so much the help!
13 Nov 2006 8:37PM
I like it just the way it is. I think youve captured the essence of the southwest perfectly with the reds and purples. I like what youve got here!
oppo 14 6 2 Scotland
13 Nov 2006 9:58PM
I could look at this for ages. Splendid and interesting. Good one.

gajj 16 32
13 Nov 2006 10:08PM
Thank you again everyone for your generous support.
ericfaragh 17 149 5 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2006 10:27PM
Nice colour and composition.
jimbo_t 17 959 England
13 Nov 2006 10:32PM
This is on my list of places to go before I die! Looks amazing!
nigelsharman 18 30 England
14 Nov 2006 6:47AM
Great image..good colours as well, visited this place in 97 a great experience.

Alison_S 14 339 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2006 8:37AM
Great range of colours in this and super composition, excellent work!

conrad 16 10.9k 116
14 Nov 2006 11:35AM
Good shot with great colours and good composition. Pleasing image. Could do with an RC. So have one... Wink

jaktis 16 84 Sweden
14 Nov 2006 2:50PM
Excellent composition with a great depth

keithh 16 25.7k 33 Wallis And Futuna
14 Nov 2006 3:14PM
why isn't this in the hundereds of votes?
gajj 16 32
15 Nov 2006 2:38AM
Thank you again. I still have lots to learn about this camera, lens, and photography. I learn by reading books and articles, practice and, very importantly, browsing through the portfolios of excellent photographers on this site! Its rather an addictive interest.
billma 17 119 United States
15 Nov 2006 4:38AM
Beautiful. I was standing right next to you and got nothing....nicely done.

glazzaro 15 70 23 United States
18 Nov 2006 4:38AM
Brilliant! Love the contrasting elements and colors, nice camera work! Spot on! Click!!!

thorn 16 124 2 Scotland
18 Nov 2006 5:36PM
Brilliant terrain,textures,tones,detail,lighting and exposure.Love it.Take care.AnnSmile
jan 1 16 12 Netherlands
20 Nov 2006 7:34PM
Very well taken, Jan. Beautiful landscape view.
davidbailie 17 457 7 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2006 3:31PM
Like my 5D - hope you do as well (yours that is Smile)

Nice shooting - very good layers of colour

PatrickSmith 15 1.2k 2 United States
3 Dec 2006 5:51AM
Excellent! I'm about a 14 hour drive from here but still haven't made it.

gajj 16 32
3 Dec 2006 11:03PM
Thank you all - its an amazing place to visit.
ade_mcfade 16 15.2k 216 England
23 Dec 2006 12:45AM
you're doing just fine with the focussing etc Smile

keep using manual too - much more reliable using your brain rather than a program in the camera to work out your exposure.

gajj 16 32
23 Dec 2006 4:12PM
Thank you, Adrian, for the encouragement. It helps!

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