Exercise 103

The marble cave in Patagonia, Chile, also know by locals as the "marble cathedral" for its unique display of  beautifully turquoise textured walls caused by over 6,000 years of erosion. The compositional techniques that make this image exceptional, is created by the leading lines that create fluidity and pattern within itself. Another being form and shapes that draw movement and dimension throughout the image, almost 3D like. And lastly its color; A wide range of deep turquoise is the main attraction in this landscape. The colors change throughout the seasons, peaking at most intense lighting, and color show during the summer time.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/article/best-travel-photographer-contest

Comments (0)

Join the discussion, leave a reply!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.