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It’s Theme week (Curve(s) )on Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness2.

It rained a lot during the week which kept me indoors, and my imagination and “sight” were MIA this past week when looking for curves everywhere I did go, and around the house. So, I went back to Death Valley National Park via my archives to find curves.

Monochrome Madness 2 43 of 52 Curves

I love the curves, and contours of the Sand Dunes so, I selected an image I made in 2011 for my entry to Monochrome Madness 2 this week.

Nikon D700| Nikkor 17-35@35mm| Lexar Professional Digital Film| PS CC 2016 & On1 Photo 10

Visit Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness2 to see this week’s entries here. Note- Leanne resides in Australia so post will be available on Wednesday’s in the U.S.

More to come…

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13 Comments

  1. I love the sensuous curves of the Death Valley dunes. They seem more so than any other dunes I’ve photographed. One of the Bosque students was going to go through Death Valley on her way home. I told her that it was a “must” to stop and photograph these dunes.

    • I totally agree. I had the same feeling when I first saw them…sensuous.
      I don’t think your student will be disappointed.

      Are the dunes in CO. vastly different? They are on my bucket list.

      • The dunes in Colorado are very different. They are tall, but it is basically one big dune and a number of smaller ones. The Death Valley dunes are much neater for photography.

        • Thanks for that info! It’s something to keep in mind…still would like to see and photograph the dunes in CO one day.

  2. Lovely job, Deborah! Beautiful and sultry.

  3. Love this picture!!

  4. Magnifique !


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