An amazing place! Looks good in black and white also!
Interesting place.Perfect for black and white photos :)Regards and best wishes
Thanks Pat! Have you been there??? It really is quite amazing...Thank you Tatjana!! And congratulations on resuming your blog!!!
Never visited anywhere like this, but would like to.
1st time I saw MV, I was in awe! Love the way you captured the low "ceiling" - so dramatic.
What an incredible place. I'd love to see it in person. Your photo is excellent.
I don't participate in the Black and White program but began taking pictures in 1953 when that was the only color film came in. I got lots of black and white photos of Japan and us in it for three years. Your black and white photo never did load. So maybe I am supposed to be looking at a total black page, period.
you have got a beautiful blog and this shot is really good!
Kind of other-worldly looking - I can't figure out what time of day it is and if you used any extra lighting. Very intriguing!
It's a place that's been on my bucket list for years.
I used to live in the Four Corners area and we loved visiting these ruins, Nice capture.
Bibi...it's fascinating!!! If you find yourself in Colorado...make a point of visiting!!!Thanks Tash! It's a dramatic place to shoot!!!It is an amazing spot to see history Dragonstar...Thank you!!Sorry you weren't able to download the photo Abe...I don't know what would have stopped it...if it was me downloading here in Mammoth, I'd know there were too many people visiting and on line or streaming Netflix!!! Our download rate changes dramatically when the tourists are here!!!Thank you Ankush! I'm so glad you stopped by to visit and comment! You also have a lovely blog!It was mid day or early afternoon I think, Cathy...and no extra lighting...just me and my Nikon d70s!!! I think the discoloration of the rock "ceiling" is what tricks the mind into thinking "other worldly"! If I remember correctly, the ceiling was discolored because of the fires for cooking and warmth. Glad you stopped by!!!You'll definitely have to visit there Linda!!! When you can pry yourself away from your beautiful ranch!!!Thank you Shanna!!! How nice to be able to visit these ruins frequently!
I have been there! I was pretty young, but still remember it. I'd like to go again, camera in hand!
I've never been but this photo in unlike those I have sen. It feels like a kind of compression between floor and ceiling. Maybe next summer I can get Vic to go camping with me and do a cross country jaunt to the continental divide
I have always wanted to see the cliff dwellings. Gorgeous in BW!V
I was there as a kid. It's such a fascinating place, I'd love to go back.
You'd love it Pat!!! And the photo ops are amazing!!!I know what you mean about the floor ceiling compression...it's definitely more pronounce in B&W and part of what makes the B&W a bit more interesting!! Thanks PA!Next time you come to California Virginia...take a driving trip...this can be one of your destination points!!!I agree Susan! It's only been a few years for me and I could go back...