Posted by António Pires (Lisbon, Portugal) on 15 December 2008 in Landscape & Rural.
A short series about a rocky mountain, Serra da Estrela.
Olhar e ver means to look and see.
hello mate!! i am back from Norway!! i just love these rock formations!!! they almost look like they were alive at one point!! intriguing indeed!!!
15 Dec 2008 7:46am
Pelo céu, eu teria colocado esta imagem a p/b o que dramatizaria a imagem agreste da Serra. Acho que a teria valorizado bastante.
15 Dec 2008 9:36am
Fabulous image. These rocks look surreal almost.
15 Dec 2008 11:32am
15 Dec 2008 12:01pm
Rocks with personality. Very Good.
15 Dec 2008 12:23pm
That's amazing, I like much!
15 Dec 2008 12:54pm
belles betes que ces rochers et surprenants de formes
15 Dec 2008 1:19pm
I've heard nothing but amazing things about Portugal...this scene is absolutely breathtaking Antonio! Beautiful!
15 Dec 2008 1:27pm
Like a community of rock people, a terrific image
15 Dec 2008 3:38pm
That is an interesting rock formation. Good capture.
15 Dec 2008 5:20pm
Wow this is incredible, talk about strength of texture....je suis emerveillee Antonio, bravo !
15 Dec 2008 5:30pm
Me encantan las diferentes texturas y ese cielo tan claro y tan bien iluminado, buen disparo...saludos
15 Dec 2008 7:32pm
Great shapes, love the rounded boulders, quite a similar shape to what we have up here in my part of the world. We call them 'Tors'
15 Dec 2008 10:57pm
Strange and beautiful rock formation.
16 Dec 2008 12:38am
16 Dec 2008 1:28am
Etrange forme de la nature . Ce cadrage serré renforce la puissance de ces "ROCKS" !
16 Dec 2008 1:19pm
cool rocks, good shapes and textures
16 Dec 2008 5:16pm
The one at the right looks like a dolphin's head... Nice!
16 Dec 2008 6:13pm
These have a look of ancient carvings about them . . what an amazing formation.
16 Dec 2008 8:39pm
I am tempted to call your photo: "rock animal zoo".
Thank you for sharing this part of the country with us.
16 Dec 2008 11:04pm
Striking image. The garden of the Gods
17 Dec 2008 12:36am
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