Manitoba Rocks

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Posted by G.B. SHETTLER on Fri, 11/22/13 16:47
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 11/22/13 16:50

A strong textural feel to your picture of the Manitoba rocks. One almost has the sense that they are looking at a rough construction site created from partially worked rocks but then at the same time Mother Nature can do wonders with rocks with her tools of rain, wind, ice, etc..


Comments by Jeff Dye on Fri, 11/22/13 22:18

Well seen. Most, wearing a camera or not, probably would walk right by this. Nice
blend of colors and texture. My only suggestion would be to crop the dark triangle in the
ULHC. Very little is lost.


Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Sat, 11/23/13 15:39

Considerable clarity here, and interesting lines broken by that smaller rock. Would crop off triangle in ULC


Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Sat, 11/23/13 16:05

Oh, I totally agree with the crop. It brings the intersection of the shadow area on the right side up closer to the right corner and has a much better feel to it. I am glad you guys are doing your job. :-)


Comments by Michael Meek on Sat, 11/23/13 17:20

I like the shapes, the colors, the lichen, the cracks, the immensity, the baby stone, but I'd like it sharper. Or would that spoil the sense of decay that takes ages?


Comments by Paul Bracey on Sun, 11/24/13 07:53

Nice (...but then I am a sucker for rocks)

*grin*