Rippled Sand

© Lee Teft

<font color = black>Rippled Sand

Uploaded: October 11, 2003 19:32:16


Mike Hollman October 11, 2003

Hi Lee,
This is a truely beautiful image!
Best wishes,
Mike. #65900

Carol Brill October 11, 2003

Lovely light/shadows and balanced composition, Lee! #229284

Evy Johansen level-classic October 11, 2003

This is a wonderful image, Lee! Beautiful colors, lighting and shadows and a great composition! #229315

Lee Teft October 12, 2003

Many thanks Mike, Carol and Evy for your kind comments. I am still somewhat in a state of visual shock due to the magnificent scenes I witnessed in Monument Valley!!! #229446

Shirley L. Carpenter October 12, 2003

Excellent image Lee.......Great composition.....Beautiful........ #229654

Murry Grigsby October 12, 2003

Nice light, colors and textures, Lee, Well done!! #229679

Lee Teft October 12, 2003

Glad you liked the image! I appreciate your comments very much. Thank you Murry and Shirley. #229817

Suzie Strasburg October 12, 2003

Awesome!:~))) #229836

Lee Teft October 12, 2003

Thanks Suzie! Awesome is a big word and much appreciated. This image is one of my favorites also. When I first saw the windblown ripples in the sand I was hooked.
Lee #229857

GARY L. ROHRBAUGH level-deluxe October 12, 2003

Great shot Lee! #230107

Lee Teft October 13, 2003

Thanks for the visit and comment Gary! I visited your site and was glad I did. Wonderful images! I particularly liked your Home Page image.

Lee #230341

Gary H. Minish level-deluxe October 19, 2003

Beautiful image, Lee! Your composition is perfect and it has excellent detail. Love the colors also :-) #239183

Lee Teft October 22, 2003

Thanks again Gary. On this trip, I discovered an important "secret" called TRIPOD. Not only does it eliminate shake it also helps you create and compose. I knew this, of course, but this was a practical lesson I really needed.

Lee #241714

Linda Murphy November 04, 2003

Fantastic image! #255838

Lee Teft November 04, 2003

Thank you very much Linda! The tall spire on the right side is called the Totem Pole. The formation on the left is very important to the Navaho and is called Yei Bi Chei.

Lee #256000

Kathleen Clemons November 18, 2003

Congrats to you, Lee!! #272238

Cathy Barrows November 18, 2003

Congrats...great shot...good luck #272284

Lee Teft November 18, 2003

Thank you very much Kathleen and Cathy. Your best wishes are very much appreciated!
Lee #272305

Triptych Taylor level-classic September 30, 2005

Great photo!!! The lighting is wonderful
-justin #1904652

Lee Teft October 01, 2005

Thanks for your visit and comment. Much appreciated. Good Luck to you!
Lee #1905257

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