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the Effects of Light on Sandstone
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 12-01-2014, 11:58 PM

One of my favorite places to photograph is Monument Valley, where the changing light during the day produces different colors, moods and textures to the formations.

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12-02-2014, 06:31 AM   #2
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Man I see Lee Marvin and John Wayne and Slim Pickens ...... great colors my friend.
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Great!!
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Man I see Lee Marvin and John Wayne and Slim Pickens ...... great colors my friend.
Old Slim, that's a name I haven't heard in years, great character for sure, thanks buddy for taking a look.

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That's great Bob, love the wavy texture in the foreground contrasting with the straighter ones in the background. I really have to get out here!!
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A good range of colour and textures in this shot....................
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A good range of colour and textures in this shot....................
Just what I was thinking, brother Bob. This one really draws me in.

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Man I see Lee Marvin and John Wayne and Slim Pickens ...... great colors my friend.
And directed by Sam Peckinpah...
Very nice picture.

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Great!!
thanks, glad you enjoyed the view.

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That's great Bob, love the wavy texture in the foreground contrasting with the straighter ones in the background. I really have to get out here!!
isn't erosion amazing, that's why I love to photograph sandstone, always something unique. thanks Jerry.

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A good range of colour and textures in this shot....................
almost like a fine rose EM, just in a different form.

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Just what I was thinking, brother Bob. This one really draws me in.

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I know one of these days I'm going to entice you to revisit here bud, what a great place for you to vacation, the S/W.

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And directed by Sam Peckinpah...
Very nice picture.
those were such great movies back in the day weren't they.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
One of my favorite places to photograph is Monument Valley, where the changing light during the day produces different colors, moods and textures to the formations.
Nice! but isn't it the effective of sandstone on Light?
One of my favorite places too.
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This is a beautiful photo! I can't wait to visit the area.
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9 weeks and we are on our way Bob, really looking forward to seeing the groups re-action to this.

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Man I see Lee Marvin and John Wayne and Slim Pickens ...... great colors my friend.
I see Dave, Jimbo & K Rex.
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Amazing. It looks like the surface of Mars.
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Interesting find, a blast from the past.

Sometime in the last month I posted about Bob Harris. and daacon. They were big time posters who moved on.
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Like how one interesting element leads to more behind...excellent image Bob.
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