150995_465951756795357_542410348_n Bookmarked Bookmark Solve this jigsaw puzzle later Followed Follow Get notified of new comments ShareShare with your friends ReportReport as inappropriate 130 1 202 Solve puzzle 130 pieces 1comments 202 solves Solve puzzle Social Media E-mail Embed Facebook Twitter Pinterest StumbleUpon Recipient's email address Your name Your email address Write a nice message Send e-mail Your email has been sent Send to another recipient Server error Large Square Small Include title Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code: Why are you reporting this puzzle? It's inappropriate (see guidelines) Infringes my rights Use this form if you’re holding the copyright to the image or representing an artist who does. Please note that the information provided may be forwarded to the person who provided the allegedly infringing content. Your email: * Please make sure your email is correct Artist name: * Please fill out this field Artist website: Other relevant details: It's advertising a product or service It has missing or leftover pieces The puzzles are created programmatically, and the pieces are all there. Most often, missing pieces are found by zooming out as far as possible. If there are leftover pieces, try to change the background color to make the holes easier to spot! Other reason Please note that we usually do not reply to reports. If you experience technical issues, have questions, or feel unfairly treated, please contact us through support instead. Please fill out this field Thanks for reporting! peaceful harbor Created by gailvold Published 27 February 2013 Why this advertisement? Leaderboard billielubis7:58gafunke7:59julianotgulia8:26Sparkee9:12skinbad9:46Kittyyyyy11:04cricketlr1511:08jflow7611:28zsy11:54calirose1211:58 Comments Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. PennyTHD 31 July 2018 Lovely picture!! Love the depth of color too!Speaking of which, you said your photos from Sedona and Monument Valley didn't have the vibrant colors you saw when there. The answer is a combination of reflectivity of the sandstone and the altitude. Basically, you need to cut up to 3 f-stops. If using an all automatic camera, find a lighter color area, put that in the sensing box in the middle of the frame, depress the shutter halfway, so it can take its computerized light metered reading, then put that central part of the frame in the photo for your composition, and finish depressing the shutter and take the photo. Basically, the camera reads wherever it's aimed at being of average (middle gray) brightness. By aiming at a brighter place for it to meter the light, you have it close the apeture enough to cut back on the excess light. (Basically, light has to go thru more dust, etc. at sea level. At altitude, the light is actually brighter, and you need to close the apeture. Not having direct access in an all auto camera, you have to fool the camera by having it look at something lighter and brighter. I hope this explanation makes sense. If you read this and have questions, just leave a comment on one of my newer photos. Why this advertisement?