Categories Landscape Nature Photos house size rock Post author By Rian Post date November 11, 2010 25 Comments on house size rock ..if the “house-sized rock” looks like a speck, then you can imagine how huge this crater is, right? Tags Arizona, I-40, Meteor Crater, Winslow ← alanreed cemetery → ludlow cafe 25 replies on “house size rock” Belle image. Les couleurs et le contraste sont au top. the scale in this is very humorous. we have to take your word for it with the “house size rock”. the jet trail in the sky is nice too. Indeed it must be real big, sor of tells you your place in the scheme of things Fantastic shot and wow what a crater, its huge excellent frame, scenery and colors A fine shot that gets much attention right off! That crater is very big. Fine shot. An equally amazing view of the entire crater of Haliakala on Maui I have had from the Pa Ka’oao. Great shot!!! Very nice warm colorsâ€¦ really nice. the colors are quite nice. super well done. great colors, light, perspective… Cool perspective and point of view Rian, and yeah, it does make you think! one wonders, did the house-size-rock make the crater? is that all that’s left? that’s a honking crater! i don’t think so.. the crater that fell must’ve been humongous! 😀 WOW! What a shot!!! Beautiful color and textures, details!!!!LOve this! Cool!!!! woah!!!! trippy!!!! did it kill any dinosaurs? nice shot my friend Beautiful ! Wow. That is amazing. Huge. You also got some great light there. You do have a point, Rian! I love your POV on this telescope. Just impressive! the tourism on the moon has developed a lot since i’ve been there 🙂 TrÃ¨s belle photo i like the light shining through here on this photo, the rich blue sky with its dramatic clouds adds touch! cool find . super colors and texture ! The picture is graphic, informative and quirky. Nice job! Interesting. Nice colors and perspective. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.