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They are printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper and custom cut to three
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Pine tree in the midst of eroded sandstone at White Pocket in Arizona, USA
Camera/lens: Canon 5D Mk II, Canon EF 70-200/4L ISPlace: Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona, USA
white pocket, usa, sandstone, desert, rock, landscape, arizona, erosion
Travel & Nature photographer who currently resides in Frisco, Texas
simply amazing your part of the world ~ love the comp, textures and solitary tree all against a wind swept sky ~ instant fav xx
This is one of the most otherworldly geological places I know, and I love it! Thanks!
– Inge Johnsson
This looks like a giant’s elbow in need of lotion! Amazing mother earth which you always illustrate sovery well, Inge.
Rough skin on a giant, huh :-) Anyways, this is a photographers paradise for sure. Thanks!
Could be on an other planet, fantastic landscape and a great shot!
Yes, like I said above, I’ve been to a lot of amazing natural wonders in America, but this is one of the most otherworldly geological places I know, and I love it!
Incredible work of nature! Fabulous composition Inge!
Thanks, Beve, glad you think so :-)
LOL over Marriet’s comment. Laughing aside, this is an incredible image. Love how that solitary tree appears swept up in sculpted waves.
Thank you, Deborah, that lonesome tree in the eroded waves of rock just begged to be photographed.
Wow Inge this is really cool! Where is this in AZ?
Thank you, Sue. It is in the Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness. A little out of the way; best to go with a guide, since the roads have deep sand.
…it’s called “White Pocket”
What an amazing natural wonder. Great capture and very well composed Inge!
Thank you, Jennifer, for those nice words :-)
Awesome capture, Inge! Not sure where White Pocket is. ~ Lynn
Thanks Lynn. It’s in the desert of northern Arizona.
Thank you, Mike!
Extremely surreal… wow!
Thank you very much, Kate. I love this area in northern Arizona, and keep coming back time after time. There’s so much beauty!
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