Searching for Anomalies

Posted by Paul Bracey on Wed, 05/06/20 14:38
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Wed, 05/06/20 15:08

...like the bones of some giant dinosaur...


Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Wed, 05/06/20 17:49

Must unusual yet suspencial photo. I feel as if the person is about to walk into a trap.


Comments by slacker on Wed, 05/06/20 21:28

better if you waited for that guy to exit the field of view.


Comments by Jeff Dye on Thu, 05/07/20 01:39

My first thought was the Alabama Hills at the base of the High Sierras. Never seen a
photo like this though. Very unusual and well composed. Itís fine with the human but I
wouldíve clicked a few without him.


Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 05/07/20 11:09

Hi guys!
Jeff, you're spot on! That's the famous Mobius Arch in the Alabama
Hills, below Mt. Whitney. My initial impression upon finding this
anomaly was that of an auditory ossicle. It seemed to have an almost
biological function. "That guy" is my friend, Ferruccio Galbiati.


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Thu, 05/07/20 11:53

Wow, that is a pretty weird thing. Good shot.;-)


Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 05/07/20 14:50

Humanity expelled


Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Thu, 05/07/20 17:29

Paul, I knew that person was going to fall into a trap.:)


Comments by Jeff Dye on Fri, 05/08/20 11:31

Thanks for info. Iíll probably get there next fall or winter and will find this area. A few
years ago a friend and I spent 3 days wandering around in Alabama snow. It was rare
and spectacular.


Comments by Paul Bracey on Fri, 05/08/20 20:20

Jeff, it snowed while I was there in the first week of March, but it
did not accumulate much. It's snowing here today. :/


Comments by les perry on Sat, 05/09/20 10:56

Interesying formation, nice capture, kinda conjuring up the image of pre historic bird having laid down on its side and passed away