Wau! I love the interaction of blue and white in this picture! Just great.
I Accidentally rejected two comments to this picture. This blog is being spammed a lot recently and I'm apparently challenged when choosing between the 'reject' and the 'publish' button.So to answer Carlos question: It's big! :-)Here is a copy and paste from Wikipedia: 710-km² (275-mi²) Parts of this area are not accessible for the public and used by the military for missile testing.
WOW! That's an incredible shot. Nice capture!
did you bring the gas mask and oxygen? :) I like the texture of the sand most, as you said, it looks best without human footprints :)
BTW, blogger doesn't provide CAPTCHA for leaving comments?
Thanks Elisabeth, could be as well just be a shot of an incredible place :)What's CAPTCHA?
the verification program that asks you to type in characters shown in a pic :)
Oh yeah it has that. I should try it. But some spam is so well done, it looks like it is done by manually.
Wow! What an odd place! I love the sparkles in the sand and the clear blue sky!Actually, I can't say what's more peculiar, the place or seeing this sort of shot on your blog. Maybe that's because of the daylight. :-)I like it a lot and I even think it's more impressive than an Ansel Adams picture I saw the other day of some sort of cactus or something...
Makes me wonder whether or not Adams knew about White Sands.
Thanks for answering the deleted question. Enjoy the sun.
Ah this is awesome! You had a lucky day w/ clear skies for the shots. Was it cold our or hot?
Rather cold. Do you see the glitter? It was a bit frosty.
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