4 stars divided by 0! factorial.
I'll second both of those: a) unreal looking; b) deserves a very large number of stars! Great shot!
Geek comment but division by 0! wont get more stars as 0!=1 :)
Dividing by zero is indeterminate not 1. Indeterminate is not infinity.
Excellent series of photos here. What kind of photographic equipment do you use?
Yes, Haydar is correct. 0! = 1 (it's an infinite limit kind of result). My intent was to fool at least one person, and looks like this I did.
Mathematically speaking, dividing by zero is both indeterminant and infinity.
35mm Fuji Velvia 50 slide film with a Canon Rebel 2000 and a tripod. :)
Oh and thank you all SO MUCH for your kind words!
How can I find this arch? I've bouldered around in the A-hills before but never saw this feature!! Excellent shot!
This arch is located off the end of Movie Road. It's easy to miss, but the directions I used to find it are here: http://www.apogeephoto.com/jan2003/cleigh.shtml. Good luck!
It reminds me of this photo in that it seems like a very popular location and composition.
0! = 1, so 4/0! = 4/1 = 4 stars... Perhaps you mean just 4/0, which is equal to infinity! :-P
Well, the pic isn't that good. It doesn't take me there when I touch it. That would be a photo with an infinite rating.
What a great composition! Beautiful shot.
That is a truly magnificent shot... what composition and vision!
By looking through this "portal" the viewer is even more enticed to step through into the great beyond. Excellent design engages the audience and makes the image more interactive. Also provides a surreal sort of "scale" ... making those peaks seem almost out of reach.
Beautiful light and clarity! Whew!
Beautiful and impressive! A lot of thanks for posting.
Definitely one of THE BEST photos I've seen on Summitpost. Definitely the best photo that I've ever seen of Mt Whitney!
You have some beautiful photos, but this one is probably the most beautiful of all of them! Makes me want to be there again! Thank you for posting!