Sand Ripples & Rock. David A Lockwood Black & White. 28/03/201430/03/2017 Nikon D200 with Tokina 35-70 f2.8 AIS AT-X manual focus lens. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedD200Huqf.Sands Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 28/03/201430/03/2017
6 thoughts on “Sand Ripples & Rock.”
I really love this one, so evocative of Oman, maybe the borderlands with Saudi??
Actually it was made south of Khaluf (coastal area near Masirah) but having done a few trips near or probably over the border with Saudi (well there are no border markings in the desert and just in case anyone in authority reads this, I promise not to do it again 🙂 ) I can see why you would think so.
This image really stopped me. I like the mood you set and story you are telling. Excellent!
Many thanks – A bit worried that it would not work with non calibrated monitors but looking today on a friends, it held together ok.
Mine is calibrated — However, you shot has so much detail that I expect is reasonable on most monitors. Again, a great shot David.