Where the Dark River Rises by Michael Anderson

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    Angel Falls

    Canaima National Park, Venezuela.

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    1. Ian Lambert 51 months ago | reply

      This is a stunning photo. Very well composed.

    2. Stefan Elf 51 months ago | reply

      That would look good in my lounge. What a terrific composition and those tones are perfect! Thanks for sharing this beauty...

    3. manuelenrique p 51 months ago | reply

      Muy grato encontrar en la selva de "flickr", la más alta, la más bella, caida de agua, el salto de Angel, por medio de una magnifica fotografia

    4. _Marcel_ 51 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Dreamy Landscapes (Editors' choice), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    5. Soph¡e's World 51 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! Love the framing effects created by the trees and the mist.

    6. dhilung 50 months ago | reply

      i always wonder... from where such a huge flow of water comes out from the top of a mountain :)

    7. coyrooster 50 months ago | reply

      Mike, take a look at your image on this palette with hex code #855437 obtained from a color picking tool that also enables mixing colors.

      A new feature on Black Magic allows custom backgrounds to be applied using a code furnished in boldface as a 'pasteable example' under Updates here. You replace the code's six 3s with a chosen hex code, change the wording "view on dark gray" to your own phrase, then paste it beneath an image. If you care to use the palette above just copy the URL from the title bar when it's displayed and paste it under your picture with a hyperlink saying "better view" or whatever you like.

      Not that you have enough time for such matters with all the hours you spend in the field (and at the hospital), assuming you somehow manage to squeeze in a few minutes for eating and sleeping. But I thought you might like to know.

    8. Ricardo ccn 49 months ago | reply

      VENEZUELA..... preciosa mia.....................

    9. Xindaan 45 months ago | reply

      Amazing capture and work!

      Meeting at Nebrownii Waterhole

      Thanks for sharing your masterpiece here!
      *Scenics & Wilderness* Gallery (Invite Only)

    10. Mangini Adalberto & Laura - sorry busy - few time 45 months ago | reply

      excellent mood and great atmosphere Michael!

    11. Eliza Frydrych 39 months ago | reply

      Fantastic image!
      Seen in Nature Nerds

    12. Emotioned.com 38 months ago | reply

      We are working on a monthly travel and adventure sport competition, all winning entries will be published in an online magazine. Judge panel will selected from Flickr.

      There are 3 parts of the competition, 2 parts are currently under development:

      A Flick group called : - please submit your best photo here

      A website containing information on current judges and short-listed submissions

      The actual magazine name - to be announced

      If you would like to be a judge, please contact me

      This is completely free and run by volunteers

    13. Enrique Rico Corrales. Fotografo 36 months ago | reply


    14. DekingDachshund 34 months ago | reply

      I hope heaven looks something like this

    15. LadyoftheDawn - OFF - don't want the new beta 26 months ago | reply

      Great picture in so difficult conditions!
      Nice rememberence, I'd been there too!

    16. Admin of Respect and Appreciation for Photography 18 months ago | reply

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    17. Jon Dev 10 months ago | reply

      A good selection of some of the world's prime scenic beauty spots here in your photostream -- all skillfully photographed and looking impressive.

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