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An HDR version of Al Wabha Crater

By WorldInFocus      
An version of a picture I took a few weeks ago of Al Wabha Crater. I have included 3 versions of the image, one HDR, a mono and the normal colour image.

The Al Waba crater (Maqla Tamia in Arabic) is 254 km from Taif on the western edge of the Harrat Kishb basalt plateau, which contains many volcanic cones. It is 250 m (820 ft) deep and 2 km (1.2 mi) in diameter. The bottom of the crater is covered with white sodium phosphate crystals.

Tags: Landscape and travel Saudi arabia Al Waba Crater

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PhilT2 Plus
6 375 25 England
11 Mar 2014 8:48AM
V1 ticks all the boxes for me although I'm not convinced that there is enough tree in the image and perhaps the twigs in top left may be distracting

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