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Rock and lake
Lens: smc PENTAX-DA 12-24mm F4 ED AL [IF] Camera: K-70 Photo Location: Czech ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: Above 6s Aperture: F14 
Posted By: svety, 11-17-2019, 12:32 PM

Just the lake in front of the rock.

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Great Perspective shot!
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excellent b/w scenery
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Interesting rock formation. Good shot.

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Very cool! Reminds me of "Devil's Postpile" in Mammoth, California.
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If possible, I'd reframe to lose the bushes at right and give just a little more space below the rocks in the water, but there's probably some half-sunk truck in the way. Intriguing geology! (I do like it...)
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Great composition with really interesting natural features. Did you use an ND filter for the lovely water effect here?

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Great composition with really interesting natural features. Did you use an ND filter for the lovely water effect here?
Thank you, I use ND filter 1000. That day was windy and ND filter make a great job for me.

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If possible, I'd reframe to lose the bushes at right and give just a little more space below the rocks in the water, but there's probably some half-sunk truck in the way. Intriguing geology! (I do like it...)
Thx, for some suggestions, I can try 1:1size, but there were no much space below the rock in the water, for that I must change the lens (I don't have wider lens) or retouch a lot of grass.

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Lovely composition!
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QuoteOriginally posted by svety Quote
Just the lake in front of the rock.
Really cool rock formations. Wonder how they formed? Are they lava tubes?
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Very graphic. I like it!
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Really cool rock formations. Wonder how they formed? Are they lava tubes?
They were formed by lava under ground. There was situated a quarry and this stay after it.
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Very nice! Lovely columnar basalt formation. (Formed by slow cooling of a thick, deep lava flow - as the rock slowly cools, it contracts, and cracks into the hexagonal columns...). We have a lot of these here in Washington state.
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Interesting scenery and beautiful shot. I wonder why it is so "vertical". It's really peculiar, Nature has its secrets. Thanks for sharing.
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If possible, I'd reframe to lose the bushes at right and give just a little more space below the rocks in the water, but there's probably some half-sunk truck in the way. Intriguing geology! (I do like it...)
There is a 1:1 format. Is it better? I tryed to paint more water below the small rock island.
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