now we need a Sardegna group :)
Another high quality page. Cheers William
Most unusual formations and wonderful shapes. Got the point about Breughal. However I would have to say these are more closely associated to the true master of the bizzare: Hieronymous Bosch! Maybe this is where he found the inspiration for those litlle imps that populate his work.
Art for the day: The knave is playing the shell game with the cone hatted dames at the county fair :-) Fine page with great pix.
Shouldn't it be Breughel? With an 'e'? My dictionary says:
Breughel: flamish painter family -> Bruegel
- which would make sense since the dutch pronounce vowels quite differently. Hmmm.
I'll stick with the first one
Thanks for the vote
...I just gave a quick look at your page ;-))
Thanks! BTW: what's your first name?
My first name is Sam.
Great page and the similarity to City of Rocks is startling!
Fishing for votes once again worked ;-)))
...was not influenced by the fishing - what can I say, it's another good page :)
Great page, thanks for sharing it! I love the pictures... the rock formations are quite different from anything I have seen. Cheers!
Thanks Rachel! As you can see by the number of pictures I was really fascinated - my camera kept clicking by itself......
Another stellar page Gangolf... looks like a great place!
Thanks, Tim! I guess I'll call it quits, now. It's 1:30 a.m. and I feel just a little tired ;-)