Just back from a working visit at Jebel Shams – cold ! at about 4 deg: for a good part of each day, only to find rain in Muscat
Category: colour. Tagged: Shams., Tree & rock
What a fascinating blue..
Yes a little like Wedgwood’s
Great shot – indigo blues seem pretty hard to find in nature.
Thank you – this blue rock tends from grey, blue grey to blue. I am not sure what it is because it seems to pop up amongst the more abundant grey granite type stuff.
Also there is probably a slight shift due U/V light (6000ft)
Do you filter specially for the high altitude light? Whatever the reason, it looks great.
Thanks, sometimes I will use a Nikon L37c U/V filter and when using Kodak film a warm 81a or b.
Now with digital (when I use it) I have at long last set the W/B using a grey card and colour chart so just use the L37c.
As usual the photgraph is excellent. And the scene even more so. I had been unaware of the beauty of Oman, so thanks for that.
Thank you Bumba, on both counts. Pleased you are able to get a feeling for the diverse scenery of the country.
Would’n think it is almast as cold as here ( 5 below zero)…
Even closer now, as last night was around -1 with some ice. Got away just in time, although short but heavy storms here in Muscat – still, can’t have everything.
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