Playing Catch Up
#1 A stone statue (clearly not the 'essence' of 'stone' though)
#2 A stone levy (a bit closer, I suppose)
#3 And finally, nothing but...
I found it rather tough to pull anything dramatic out of a stone on an overcast (typical) Nortwest day. I definitely will go back to this one considering the heady-ness of a subject like stone.
As to the dramatic - you can always add as much drama as your heart desires in post...
Do you mind my asking the PP treatment you used to do that?
Here's my contribution to this assignment. I'm getting started a little late as I have been on Vaca and I'm planning a wedding. This was taken at the lake near my house this past weekend. feedback is appreciated!
Carving stone in Cracow, Poland.
doug pettway wrote:
Here is a stone within a stone. i'm not sure if this is natural or if the triangular piece just managed to get wedged in there during tumbling.
this is my rock
This is a close up of a rock nearby - is this what you mean?
Nikolai.......Does this work ........ ? The dog is a Rock-Hound, a rare breed.
what do you think?
I hope it is OK that I am working through these old assignments. I try shoot something everyday and these old assignments are great inspiration. This one in particular was great because I have had this stone in my back yard forever, but never really thought about shooting it. I am really glad I did, it has some great color and texture.exif
eL eSs Vee wrote:
Slice me off a bit of that geode.
Dude, she's giving me the cat's eye.
Here is my entry. What do you think? Thanks