Devils Postpile National Monument

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Devils Postpile National Monument Photograph


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Clovis, CA - United States

Thanks to Heidi Smith for featuring this photo in the California Residential Photographers Shooting California group on FAA.

Simi Valley, CA - United States

I think it looks better here than it does in person!! Love the perspective!! v

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you very much, Lynn.

Clovis, CA - United States

Thanks to Nadine and bob Johnston for featuring this photo in the Natural Scenic Landscape Photography group.

Lincoln, NE - United States

great shadows, lines and angle, very well done Cool v

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Jane.

Munster - Ireland

Wonderful aspect

Terry Garvin replied:

Brian, thanks.

Moscow - Russian Federation

Great monochrome work!.. V

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Liudmila.

Panama City, FL - United States

Very interesting, great shot!

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Debra.

Stroud, Gl - United Kingdom

Wow, that's an amazing spot. v

Terry Garvin replied:

Thanks Anne.

Dallas, TX - United States

Beautiful rosk formation!

Terry Garvin replied:

Elena, thanks.

Wheaton, IL - United States

Great image. V

Terry Garvin replied:

Darren, Thank you.

Boise, ID - United States


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Fort Worth, TX - United States

great job! v

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Joan.

Southampton, Ha - United Kingdom

A wonderful monochrome image of Devils Postpile National Monument

Terry Garvin replied:

Thanks so much Terri.

Philadelphia, PA - United States

Love the Patters in th erocks and the way the define the space an drecton of the three areas V

Terry Garvin replied:

Gallery Three, thank you.

Barcelona - Spain

Great b/w picture! An original point of view of the Devils Postpile. T Vtd.

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Pedro.

Menifee, CA - United States

I have just got to get up there again. We visited Sequoia but that's as far as we got. Love this image! v

Terry Garvin replied:

Peggy the eastern Sierras are a wonderful place, just miles away from Sequoia but hours away in driving time. Thanks for you comment.

Mesa, AZ - United States

Awesome capture of the Devils Postpile National Monument. The angle you have taken this shot from is so interesting with the curing vertical to horizontal rock rim in the back - and the pile of rocks coming at you in the foreground. Love it in the B&W to focus on the shadows and lighting. Wonderful piece.

Terry Garvin replied:

Marci, thank you very much for you nice compliment.

Manigotagan, MB - Canada

Very nice b & w capture of Devils Postpile! Well done! v mm

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you very much Marilyn.

Puyallup, WA - United States

WOW!! Great angle!

Terry Garvin replied:

Ron, thank you very much.

Fruita, CO - United States

great b/w image, well done

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Bob.

Missouri City, TX - United States

fantastic composition, texture and tonal quality! v

Terry Garvin replied:

Debi, thanks for the kind words.

Victoria, TX - United States

nice the black and white...v

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you Ella.

Etna, NH - United States

Amazing place with the basalt columns. Too beautiful to give the Devil credit for it!

Terry Garvin replied:

I agree with you Edward. Thanks for the comment.

Crawford, CO - United States

great work Terry

Terry Garvin replied:

Thanks Eric.

Fort Myers, FL - United States

great capture of Devils Postpile monument.

Terry Garvin replied:

Kim, thank you.

London, Mi - United Kingdom

Lovely B&W capture of the Devils Postpile! monument

Terry Garvin replied:

Stephen, thanks for the comment.

Baton Rouge, La - United States

Great shot of these fantasic rock formations "Devils Postpile", Terry! ~~ they are fascinating! v

Terry Garvin replied:

Elizabeth, thank you so much.

Tarnow - Poland

wonderful shot! v

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Kate.

Londrigan, Vi - Australia

I'm assuming that those brick shaped rocks in the foreground were once part of the columns. You've created a strong compositions by the use of b&w. I like the line of trees set against the sky, nice shot Terry

Terry Garvin replied:

Your assumption is correct Linda. Thank you for comment.

ANNECY - France

Great B&W photograph ..!

Terry Garvin replied:

Thank you, Barbara.

Dingle, Co - Ireland

Nice work!V

Terry Garvin replied:

Barbara, thanks.

Morpeth, No - United Kingdom

Now that's a bit of natural drama - no wonder Devils Postpile is a National Monument - great point of view, and works really well in B/W - Vl

Terry Garvin replied:

Malcolm, thanks so much for you comment.

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