Balancing Softly (About this image) Near Lees Ferry, AZ. Fugi Velvia 100. Like this:Like Loading... Share This Story 28 Responses to “Balancing Softly” Rian October 20th, 2008 woah! great find! that looks like a stone tree or a stone mushroom! 🙂 shot against that background it's very fitting and looks very good.. great shot! 🙂 Reply John Maslowski October 20th, 2008 Fascinating landscape, looks like another planet. Beautiful composition, love the dark contrasts and the terrain. Outstanding capture Will. Reply Nick October 20th, 2008 Great sky. Love the way it interacts with the rock. Reply Mike October 20th, 2008 Nice balancing act there. The sky and background came out wonderful as well. Reply Klaus October 20th, 2008 wonderfull play with the light and shadows Reply Thomas October 20th, 2008 Beautiful composition and awesome angle of shot Reply FLOOG October 20th, 2008 This could be a landscape from the planet Mars. Amazing composition and contrasts. Simply stunning Reply grant October 20th, 2008 and precariously from the looks of it. great photo. Reply Conflagratio October 20th, 2008 5 star work. Reply Phototherapy October 20th, 2008 Stunning colors! I like big rocky Goliath and David 🙂 SwissCharles Reply Diane - Daily Walks October 20th, 2008 I see that the gods have been playing around 🙂 Pretty incredible. Your backdrop to this is superb! Reply Terry H. October 20th, 2008 Wow! The lighting in the background is awesome as well as your composition. Excellent work! Reply Laurie October 20th, 2008 That is really an incredible rock formation. Amazing shot of it in silhouette. Reply claire October 20th, 2008 stunning shot Will. love your angle and the contrast of colors. beautiful! 😀 Reply Sumedh October 21st, 2008 You have some really stunning landscapes here; which really put the subtle beauty of nature in perspective! Reply don October 21st, 2008 I like your exposure treatment very much. Wonderful lighting in the distance and just the right amount of fill on the silhouetted rocks. Reply susan October 21st, 2008 This has an untouched by man quality to it. The rocks scatter in a natural way. Great scenic capture 🙂 Reply petitlouis October 21st, 2008 Toute la puissance des forces naturelles, un lieu hors du temps. Splendide composition ! Reply sherri October 21st, 2008 Second try to tell you how tedious the balancing rock looks and yet I realize it's been there for years. Wonderful capture. Reply cako October 21st, 2008 This is an impressive rock formation. Wonderful photo ! Reply Arjan - PlasticDaisy October 21st, 2008 I think aliens carved this 😉 Great contrast! Reply sarto - Black and White Photog October 21st, 2008 what a view Reply AC October 21st, 2008 Great scene. Love the way the two rocks seem to be leaning on each other and enjoying the gorgeous scenery. Reply Kevin from OrganicPIX.com October 21st, 2008 Terrific angle, and love the silhouette in contrast with the distant boulders and mountain range. Reply cara October 21st, 2008 Unbelievable landscape and beautiful shot. Love the sky in the background and the mixture of light and dark. Reply Liang October 22nd, 2008 Love the strong tones here Will! The details are fabulous. Reply clarence October 22nd, 2008 Did you try to topple it 😉 Reply Sean November 8th, 2008 Great job framing this shot and I really like the play with light and shadow. Reply Share Your Thoughts Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.