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Took this shot in Monument Valley, Utah. I love the way the colours just merge. Classic mexican style hut where people take payment for parking against the backdrop of this amazing red and pink valley.
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How bizare! Are you sure it was real and not just a figment of your photographic imagination?
Yeah I know Steve. Yep it’s real alright, smack bang in the middle of the carpark.
Such an odd effect, looks like it’s been supplanted, nice take!
I keep coming back to this Steve-…it is real. I haven’t ‘cheated’. I did up the saturation a bit and take out a car in the background. But just so you know…that’s all. I don’t want anyone to think I cheat stuff. Maybe being paranoid. I’ll go now…
Hi, this is interesting.
It’s almost too surreal for words… just an engrossing shot…!
Thanks Paul. Here’s the original just to prove it!
I did check it out to make sure, coz it did first look like you’d just pasted it in. But that bleeding of colour into the sands would have been real difficult to fake so I don’t doubt the photo. It is just a bizare photo. Well done. Sorry if I made you paranoid.
Hee hee. Don’t worry Steve. I make myself paranoid!! No worries…
No problem – you just should have used gelignite to remove the cars instead of photoshop!
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