Getting interesting foregrounds into landscapes is not always easy. One of the ways to make a foreground look great, however, is to look for dried out riverbeds or lakes. As you can see from this collection, dried mud can make for some awesome shots, whether as part of a wider landscape picture or as the primary subject.
Dry Mud? Cool Photos
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Camera: Nikon D810
Lenses: Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8
Some of these are spectacular! Here’s one of mine from a trip to Namibia. White limestone on the orange red sand made for a striking landscape. This detail shows some of the cracked limestone deposits.
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Severnside mud after a blistering summers day. Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, UK
Severnside mud after a blistering summers day. Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, UK.
Image of baked Severnside mud after a hot summers day, River Severn, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire, UK.
Some really beautiful photos here. Especially appreciated as I was having a conversation about the honeycomb effect last night and saw these todays purely by chance.
I love photos of mud. There are some really great images here.
Here’s one of mine.
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