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'Hoodoos' are the eroded sandstone formations that are found at Bryce Canyon - its not really a geologic term but one of common use. I can see the 'face' in the upper most part of the hoodoo but you kinda have to look close and squint at it. Over all I like the image though I think a different time of day might provide better lighting for the subject matter (though you'd lose the face I suppose). Nice sky!
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I'd like to offer the idea of slapping a polarizer on your lens. I think it needs a little richer color and more contrast in the sky and ground. Otherwise, as I unfortunately neglected to mention earlier its a very interesting photo.
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I would love to see this in black and white. also, I think you would have benefited from a higher camera position, and perhaps from being a bit closer to the subject. otherwise, very nice.

 

Kevin

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Carl has it right on the money. Interesting composition but the subject color saturation and contrast could be much better. And Velvia can give that to you. Not enough exposure. Should be at least a stop more. Would have made the sky incredible too. The clouds would have sung. Nice idea. James
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Christopher, I have some other pictures at different times of the day. The light is probably better, but the face is totally gone.

Carl, entirely my fault, I forgot to mention the polarizer was on.

Kevin, I also have a variation of the picture in BW... :o) and not the PhotoShop thing. The problem I see with that one is that is looses the contrast between the red dirt/stone and the overly blue sky. About the higher camera point... I do not know. Besides the fact it is probably impossible unless you use a 300mm, the higher position would have brought in the mountains in the distance and... actually that might have been an interesting composition, too. I will check it out when I go back there. Although the lack of the 300mm might be a problem... ;o)

James, I agree with you, a little more color would have helped, and I did not want to alter it in PS.

Again, thank you all for the comments.

Happy shooting.

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There really is no point to posting a photo like this in such a small image.
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This is a very good composition. The colors are great too.

 

I think others have pointed to the small size of your posted images. A picture like this would gain a lot by a larger size.

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