Posted by Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 18 August 2010 in Landscape & Rural.
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18 Aug 2010 5:07am
The swirls and erosion can be clearly seen in this superb B/W shot.
18 Aug 2010 6:36am
Wow, I love this so much in black and white!!! That's incredible. Possibly one of my favorites.
18 Aug 2010 6:49am
En N&B c'est pas mal non plus ! Je te souhaite une agréable journée
18 Aug 2010 7:01am
Very nice and still impressive in black and white Steve ! Very good presentation as well.
18 Aug 2010 7:33am
Très belle vision, en noir et blanc et ces vagues font onduler mon regard. J'aime !
18 Aug 2010 8:22am
Incredible.. the texture and pattern.. amazing.
Ah that classic pure style in this B&W ! Top !
18 Aug 2010 8:31am
In b/w the effect is very evident! Well done!
18 Aug 2010 11:04am
Nice movement and texture.
superb b&w, i am so glad you chose it for this shot!
18 Aug 2010 11:10am
Very graphic in B&W too.
18 Aug 2010 12:13pm
18 Aug 2010 12:32pm
really nice shot :)
18 Aug 2010 12:56pm
I feel like the walls are swirling in around us...like quicksand!
18 Aug 2010 1:00pm
Another amazing image! what a contrast in appearances between the sharpness of the formations and the soft cake batter swirl of the salt in the rocks - another great ione Steve!
18 Aug 2010 1:15pm
18 Aug 2010 2:33pm
Wonderful in mono ! It's cool to break up routine ;))
18 Aug 2010 2:45pm
This special terrain also makes a good black and white image. I especially like the wide range of tones you've achieved in this shot.
18 Aug 2010 2:49pm
Excellent. I love it in monochrome.
18 Aug 2010 3:12pm
Like being on Mars! This is brilliant - I'm really loving the monochrome.
18 Aug 2010 5:13pm
Are you certain it's not a National Geographic shot from the thirties? Great job Steve!
18 Aug 2010 5:15pm
B&W really brings out the patterns and swirls eroded out over the years in these formations
18 Aug 2010 6:34pm
wow splendide 5*****
18 Aug 2010 6:59pm
Nature at its best..that is well captured by you..
Love the formations,erosions and patterns..
Rendering in B & W makes it awesome.
18 Aug 2010 7:24pm
We would believe ships on an raging sea! A big strength in this black and white !
18 Aug 2010 7:57pm
A very nice B&W
18 Aug 2010 8:17pm
Great in b/w...
18 Aug 2010 9:55pm
Beautiful. The B&W choice is perfect. Lovely patterns, lines and textures
18 Aug 2010 10:06pm
Wonderful photos,good shot!
18 Aug 2010 10:17pm
Oooooh! Your processing in B&W really brings out the contrast in the swirls that you've captured here! :-)
18 Aug 2010 10:35pm
Wow, and I thought the color shots were super! BW is an incredible way to show this place off. 5 stars!
18 Aug 2010 10:46pm
What a difference these look like in black and white. This looks like a type of wood.....almost like monkey wood. Very nice capture Steve!
19 Aug 2010 12:18am
Beautiful Steve! As my sister Sandy said, This is very beautiful in B&W! Very dramatic capture and very majestic! Superb!!!!
19 Aug 2010 1:20am
Wow!!! They seem to the be spaceship from the Star Wars movie. :-)
19 Aug 2010 1:38am
Wow you can really see the stratification in monotone. Nice!!
19 Aug 2010 2:32am
Your title says it all Steve! A wonderful image of these fascinating rock formations!
19 Aug 2010 3:12am
I think this one might be my fave so far!
19 Aug 2010 3:39am
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19 Aug 2010 11:40am
looks like a gun ship
20 Aug 2010 8:20pm
Wow, that's pretty cool. And the B&W brings out the swirls.
20 Aug 2010 10:47pm
In b&w works well too.
21 Aug 2010 5:50pm
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