This sculpture in the Lower Antelope Canyon is called “Lady in the Wind” by the navajos and is a very beautiful result of wind and water erosion. via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1JJmABE
Once at web i’ve seen the photo with lakehouse, and there was written that this shanty at Finland… Later my friend Iris_fox told me that this is hunting hut finds at her village Ancient Solotvyn. So i ride there to explore it :)) Thanks to my friend Iris_fox) Much kisses)) via Tumblr http://bit.ly/1OqVdBL
Lower Antelope Canyon is the less popular one in comparison to the Upper Antelope Canyon, but it is the longer, more rugged & has some unique textured cave walls etched by the immense natural forces of wind & water, which flood the canyons periodically. The Lower Antelope Canyon floor was muddy when we visited & did give a somber reminder of August 1997, when sudden flash floods took lives of it’s eleven visitors. Since then enough security measures, sophisticated weather warning systems & firm ladders have been placed for the easy movement of hordes of tourists to this surreal place. Bracketing exposures & shooting up at the portions where canyon rooftop lets the sky & at times the sunlight in, gives some interesting compositions. via Tumblr http://bit.ly/1ZExG4b
Lady in the Wind; Lower Antelope Canyon; Page; Arizona; USA.
Picture taken in Ćićarija (Slovene: Čičarija) a mountainous plateau in the northern and north-eastern part of Istria peninsula. It mostly lies in Croatia, while its northern part lies in southwestern Slovenia (the traditional region of Inner Carniola). The highest peak is Veliki Planik at 1,272 m.a.s.l. (4,200 ft). via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1UduU20