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Photo "The red rushing in boundless..."

photo "The red rushing in boundless..." tags: travel, landscape, South America
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The red rushing in boundless...
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Bolivian Altiplano > 4 500 m above the sea level 
published:
Sun 30 Jun 2002 12:45
comments (15 from 17)
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Teresa Rosa Teresa Rosa #1 Sun 30 Jun 2002 13:30

Exceptional image, nice colors, Vladimir!!!!!


Alex Kirkovsky Alex Kirkovsky #2 Sun 30 Jun 2002 13:44

Нравится...


Gediminas Kudirka Gediminas Kudirka #3 Sun 30 Jun 2002 13:52

Objekt v samom centre pridajot chuvstvo beskrajnosti. Pozdravljaju!


Jorge Jacinto Jorge Jacinto #4 Sun 30 Jun 2002 14:11

Good composition !


Jose Sarmento Jose Sarmento #5 Sun 30 Jun 2002 14:18

An interesting landscape. A beautiful photograph. Very well made, and nice. Congratulations, Vladimir Melnik.


Mario Ferreira Mario Ferreira #7 Sun 30 Jun 2002 14:47

Excellent


kirsten lehd kirsten lehd #8 Sun 30 Jun 2002 15:08

I like this one..


Valeria Strunnikova Valeria Strunnikova #9 Sun 30 Jun 2002 17:52

Отличный снимок! Но рамка.... мне не нравится.ИМХО


Alex Amelin Alex Amelin #10 Sun 30 Jun 2002 21:12

Beautiful picture. Great composition. Well done.
Congratulations!


Berenice Kauffmann Abud  - AFIAP Berenice Kauffmann Abud - AFIAP #11 Sun 30 Jun 2002 23:15

Fantastic!!!
Excellent work, Vladimir!
Congrats!


Vad Ivanov Vad Ivanov #12 mon 1 Jul 2002 10:42

Интересная многослойность!


Victoria Victoria #13 mon 1 Jul 2002 12:30

Очень интересный снимок smile


Aleksandr Ljovin Aleksandr Ljovin #14 Wed 3 Jul 2002 18:28

А зачем пополам горизонт и в центре самое главное? Мне говорили, что так нельзя


Vladimir Melnik Vladimir Melnik #15 Wed 3 Jul 2002 18:47

(14) ... иногда, наверное, стоит нарушать правила....


Dmitriy T Dmitriy T #16 Wed 3 Jul 2002 23:26

Обе работы прекрасны по своемому!