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Wow! Great details!
Bob this image is one of your BEST...FANTASTIC
Bob, I also love this composition and color. But... is it me or does it look like Photomatix did not quite align the images correctly. Dunno, just looks that way because the rocks on the other side of the pond look off.
Perfect HDR. Original composition ang fantastic details!
Great shot, Bob! One of my favorite places.
top marks, nice! this brings back memories, have spent many days climbing around J Tree. My very first climb (stichter quits) is a stone's through from here.
Another great shot
Very nice,love the reflection.
More weapons in a already big arsenal..complete new dimension from u Bob..and from a single raw,not bad at all....
A fantastic image with a great reflection.
Great colors, reflections and texture!
Love it when you venture out and do work like this. This a fabulous photo.
Very nice !!!
Perfect shot Bob!
GREAT!!! Perfection total...
Now I know why you're keeping this secret, awesome! Gratz on homepage.
What a wonderful place to be and take photos...Lucky you...and great job...
Please excuse me for not thanking you all individually as I have been very busy. Thank you all for your generous comments and ratings on this image. Your support is appreciated and inspiring.
Brilliant! Congratulations on fantastic image!
Great photo but ..You got photo of the day twice in three days....I want to know who you know !...ha ha
high chromatic abberation on the top left!
Just another beauty!
Exceptional shot Bob.....love the detail and the reflections.
oh my God!!!!!
Congrats Bob...photo of the month! Outstanding!
This is my favorite photo of yours!
Tis photo is very important for me.Because of this photo;I choose HDR technics. Thank you Bob.
Wow great! During the time I visited Barker Dam, there was no water in the valley. However, the ground was moist and fertile enough to keep the brush alive.Early settlers used Barker Dam to allow horses and cattle to eat and drink. Some of the boulders co
Superb! I have never seen like these. http://www.wildlifeworld360.com/