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Arches NP, Utah

it can be hard to indicate a sense of the scale of the rock a lone figure in a white shirt gives some idea of the immensity of Turret Arch

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larose forest photos30-Oct-2012 02:26
Unbelievable! And you are right in that without the figure (so, so tiny), it would be hard to understand the sheer size of this place. Fantastic shot. V
Karen Stuebing28-Oct-2012 21:38
You aren't kidding. That arch is gigantic. Fabulous! V.
Colin Storey28-Oct-2012 20:21
Fantastic with the figure to give an indication of the huge scale of these formations. v
janescottcumming28-Oct-2012 18:55
Perfect with that guy there! It really does give one an idea of how large this is. V
Walter Otto Koenig28-Oct-2012 18:39
Ana amazing scene, both the the scale and the shapes of the formation are incredible.
Giancarlo Guzzardi28-Oct-2012 17:30
grand architecture
FrankB28-Oct-2012 17:18
truly a huge pile of stone....great shot. The figure adds immeasurably....V
Jess. ( Lady.D.)28-Oct-2012 16:40
Good detail in the rocks David and the figure give a great feel of the scale.Well captured, did you rock and roll last night:-)....
Peter Sussex28-Oct-2012 15:57
Wonderful , sublime colors and tones on this form. Like a keyhole. The human presence makes the scaling so well. V
Jim Coffman28-Oct-2012 15:54
This is a great comparison! Beautiful image,David.
Bryan Murahashi28-Oct-2012 15:46
Great shot of this giant Arch. Very nice scale, indeed. V
Dan Greenberg28-Oct-2012 15:38
Very cool, David. Great image both artistically and from a purely documentary perspective. ~V~
Sam Rua28-Oct-2012 14:50
Very nice job including the hiker for scale, David. That was a nice sky to set off the red rock.
Marcia Colelli28-Oct-2012 14:47
Nice colors and details. Great composition V
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