"Doomsday Caldera"  © David Richter
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(@zdravc69) Zdravko Horvat said:May 19th, 2013 (4:06pm) PDT
Magical colors! Simply wonderful.
(@Joanot) Joanot said:June 15th, 2012 (12:28am) PDT
Beautiful shot, composition and color
(@DaniParra) Dani Parra said:April 21st, 2012 (9:17am) PDT
Magnifica David
(@DayneReast) Dayne Reast said:April 20th, 2012 (9:52am) PDT
Love the composition. All those lines leading to the clouds.
(@JeanDayPhoto) Jean Day said:April 15th, 2012 (10:00pm) PDT
All the subtle details show up beautifully here! This has to be printed large!
(@Ellie) Ellie Stone said:April 11th, 2012 (5:47pm) PDT
Fantastic image David! Love the color and drama... coupled with a great comp! Nice work :-)
(@pjcimages) Peter j Coskun said:April 8th, 2012 (4:16pm) PDT
Lovely comp and colors in the sky.
(@jnhPhoto) John Harrison said:April 6th, 2012 (1:44pm) PDT
(@pietflour) piet flour said:April 5th, 2012 (12:45am) PDT
(@Maxim1110) Maxim van Asseldonk said:April 4th, 2012 (2:12am) PDT
Unbelievable sky! I love how the lines in the rocks all point to the epic clouds, and it seems as if the volcano is erupting once more.
(@mauropasquero) mauro pasquero said:April 3rd, 2012 (12:57am) PDT
Outstanding work !
(@inter211) Willie Huang said:April 2nd, 2012 (9:33pm) PDT
The lines all converge and point to that epic sky. Killer shot here!
(@stephenoachs) Stephen W. Oachs said (72dpi Admin):April 2nd, 2012 (5:02pm) PDT
Look at that fashizzle Germany! NIce find!
(@Joanot) Joanot said:April 2nd, 2012 (2:01pm) PDT
magnifica, 10 points
(@davidrichter) David Richter said:April 2nd, 2012 (1:54pm) PDT
@Photobarx Thanks Simon. Good to see ya on here. I'll dig a little deeper in your gallery when I have some more time on my hands. Love those images of Mt. Kidd!
(@Photobarx) Simon Barker said:April 1st, 2012 (10:35pm) PDT
Love this one David. Wonderful detail and very atmospheric sky.

David Richter
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At this very spot, there used to be an active volcano back in the day, some million years ago. Eventually the lava solidified in the form of a palm frond and the "Hirtstein" was formed and is rated one of the most important geological sites in Germany. The sunset accompanied by rain, hail and some crazy gusts was worth sitting out at the mountain top.

Uploaded: Apr 1st, 2012 (6:28pm)
Category: Landscape

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