Monday, October 21, 2013

Somewhere over the hills (8 Photo Panorama)

My recent post featured some golden hour photography on our local hills. During that photoshoot, I also made a panorama of the hills structure and the very famous rock formations of Herzegovina, called Krs. 

click on the panoramas to view their bigger versions

The rocks are many and very sharp, and cover like a bed of flowers the surface of the hills. I present you the black and white version first.


Here is the colored version. They both have different feels to them. I like the black and white, because it goes well with the stones, but on the other side, the golden light of the sunset is unbeatable in the colored version.


Is your neck of the woods known for some interesting geology or unusual landscapes?

24 comments:

  1. I love it both in coour and in black & white.

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  2. Superb captures as always, Mersad, I love them both, too!! Thank you for sharing!! Have a great week!

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  3. we don't have landscapes like this here, we have them out of the river and the gulf, big bodies of water, but the land there is no way to see sweeping vistas like this. those rocks are just plain beautiful to me

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    1. They are unusual, even to my eyes.

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  4. i love the color! we don't have terrain like that in my immediate area.

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  5. I like the colored version too! It's a beautiful photo.

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  6. Love the color! Nothing like that in my area.

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    1. Thank you for visiting. Glad you liked it.

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  7. It's beautiful and I go for the color....We definitely do not have terrain like this where I live.....I am certainly enjoying yours though...

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  8. HI Mersad I prefer the colour version. For me in the B&W one, you lose the texture in the big rock to the left and also the brown reeds on the right are lost. Just my opinion.

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    1. Yes, the b/w version does loose some depth, but it does have other qualities.

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  9. I, too, prefer the color version. What a beautiful spot. Where I live, the terrain is very flat; but that makes for good farming. Summer views are of growing corn, wheat, and soybeans. Winter views are rather barren and border on depressing. :)

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    1. Those are beautiful views as well.

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  10. Love the depth of your photos Mersad --

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  11. The black and white does have a sombre feel to it, but the coloured version is more cheery. I think I'll opt for colour since that makes me want to visit the site.

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    1. The color version is a bit more inviting.

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