Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth ( Angkor Wat)

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Here are two photos – one showing depth in the vertical direction while the second one shows it in the horizontal direction.

However, both were taken at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.DSC_0249

The first one was taken inside the temple , looking upwards to the sky.

The photo shows the stone construction of a light well with the masonry of a rough texture.DSC_0279

The second one shows a series of doorways leading from one chamber to another.

Please enjoy 🙂


Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth (at the National Parks)

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Here are three photos taken by my wife in the National Parks of the south west of the States.CIMG4248

To me, they are awesome and illustrate Depth in natural land forms.

Unlike other posts, I would be unable to explain where exactly these photos were taken, how I feel when the photos were taken etc. as I did not go on the trip and did not take the photos.CIMG4180

I have never seen land forms like these and would love to visit there one day.CIMG4185

All three photos show the wonder, width and depth of the creation, the arid and bare landscape, sunset in the first picture, barren and jagged rocks in the second and valley with winding paths down below on the third.

PS All pictures the courtesy of my wife, Linda.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth ( at Zhangzhejie)

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I need two photos to illustrate Depth at Zhangzhejie, China.

The problem is that even if I use a wide angle lens, it can only show the breadth or the depth of the stone pillars and the adjacent mountains.

To show both the breadth and the depth, maybe, I need shooting from a helicopter.DSC_0132

The first picture is in landscape format, it shows the setting of the “Avatar” stone column.

Whereas, the second picture, in portrait format, shows part of the stone column but misses out on the adjacent mountains.DSC_0131

So, by now, you may understand what I mean when I said I am not unable to use one photo to show the depth and the breadth of the scenery.