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White Pocket by collectiveone White Pocket by collectiveone
White Pocket- Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona

White Pocket has to be one of the most unique places I have ever visited. Size dosent detract form beauty. It is only about the size of a square mile. Within that mile is quite an array of sandstone features. It seems to me, none of that space was wasted.
Thanks for looking!
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AaronPlotkinPhoto Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2010  Professional Photographer
I have been to White Pocket many times and find it rather hard to photograph properly. You have done a wonderful job with it. Keep up the great work!

-Aaron
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collectiveone Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2010
Thanks Aaron!
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AaronPlotkinPhoto Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010  Professional Photographer
you are welcome :D
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FrenetikFred Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice landscape, the details in geology are striking! I really like how the lines attract you look up to the frame.
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sandor09 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2010
WOW!!!
Great work.
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Rykardo Featured By Owner May 27, 2010
Great shot :)
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner May 22, 2010
(edit: sorry for posting this on 2 places, I copypasted it from here and forgot to delete...)
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner May 22, 2010
While having a great composition, textures, flow etc, the postprocessing didn't convince me. The sunlit upper part has rich colors and decent shadows, but the lower part is just too low on contrast, and while being in the shadow actually, it has much brighter shadows than the sunlit part has.
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collectiveone Featured By Owner May 22, 2010
The foreground is not entirely in the shade. A sliver of light was able to illumiate it before the sun dipped below a butte as seen in the bottom left corner. The use of gnds is more than likely the reasoning for the deeper shadows in the top half of the frame. Not post processing. There were no direct alterations to the shadows within the foreground. :)
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porbital Featured By Owner May 9, 2010   Photographer
This photo is featured in my journal [link]

Have a great day,

Pete
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