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Friday, November 12, 2010

The Weekend in Black and White: Uprooted

This was a sizable tree I spotted on the banks of the lake. It was starting to look like driftwood but it would take a lot of force to move it.

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Daryl said...

looks almost like a macro of a tree ear mushroom.. almost

Cezar and Léia said...

Fascinating composition, I love the texture!

Greyscale Territory said...

Fascinating, undulating lines in this macro! Beautiful!

EG Wow said...

The wavy lines are truly lovely, Carver.

Dragonstar said...

What a great find. The contrasting patterns are beautiful.

Lui said...

It does look massive. It would be perfect for some sculptural work.

Annelie said...

Thank´s for your nice comment on my blog, and this photo is really nice. Like it a lot!

Genie said...

On all of our hikes, I am shooting fallen trees and looking for imaginary images in the decaying wood. These types of shots really fascinate me. This one is so sharp with perfect lighting setting off the texture of the wood. It does have the appearance of driftwood.

REJEN said...

I love driftwood, it is so beatyful...Nice picture...

RuneE said...

That was no sapling - impressive rot with very interesting patterns of lines and swirls.

John said...

Lot of good texture in the shot.

Anonymous said...

Hmm... a dead tree, and so full of texture. It kinda looks like an ear, doesn't it? Hehe... Liking this shot. =)

Btw, here's mine. Hope you could visit back.

Mona Sweden said...

Great texture and very well spotted!

Leovi said...

I love your style, you have a very attractive abstract language.

Dave said...

excellent tonal range.


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