Monday, January 14, 2008

Road Trip: Draper (2)

Nice statue... right? But look to the mountains in the background.

POP QUIZ: What is up with the mountains?
Answer/guess in the comments section on this post and I will be back tomorrow with the answer.

ps. There isn't really a prize, just know that everyone who plays this game is a WINNER ;)


Torun Observer said...

Unbelievable view! These mountains are looking so picturesque! Horse rider and the other elements of picture looking so theatrical! - Probably you are the master of Photoshop and it is collage :-)
- Anyway; it was worthy to drop to your place!

Bergson said...

With the first glance, I see the mountains and I believed that it was a true rider.


Jim said...

Great statue. Some of the mountains look chopped off.

J.C. said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving your comment.

Beautiful mountains in the photo.
I am not sure what happens to the mountain though. My guess ~ you have photoshop them by adding the mountains to the background? Or a certain part of the mountain has been flattened for development?

D.C. Confidential said...

It's not fair that I know that's Kennecott--the largest open-pit copper mine in the world, is it? Other than that, I have no idea what you did to the photo.

As for the horse and jockey, that has to a feature in a new development somewhere on the benches above the valley on the east side...

Great picture and composition! Talk about "million dollar view"!

Antonia said...

Nice picture with deep perspective, with many layers.
I like the comparison between the nature folds of the mountain and the artifical "folds" of the roofs.
And this dramatic rider infront - the real culmination. Wonderful!

les maudites said...

What a superb view !

Pat said...

Well, whatever is wrong (or right) with the mountains, this sure is a fantastic photo! Love that horse and rider!


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